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BEEHIVE FM:

In "Beehive FM stung" (PPP, V11/N22, Oct 25, 2002) "Mom Sonando" should have

been spelled "Mam Sonando".

HUN SEN'S ADVISORS:

In the list of "Advisors & Assistants to PM Samdech Hun Sen" (PPP,

V11/N22, Oct 25, 2002), the Office of the Cabinet of the Prime Minister has

informed the Post that the list published (which was dated March, 2001) should

be updated as follows:

  • So Kim An is no longer in the Cabinet;
  • Lim Leng Se and Hun Sitha are now members of the PM's Cabinet;
  • Soun Rachana, Sou Sum, Men Roun, Ket Thol, Hav Bun Se, and Long Thol are

    "advisors" to the PM;

  • Bun Nor, Dav Savy, Chao Tol, Tan Banhavuth, Heng Savoen, Sok Sokhak,

    Hanuchhounn Naron, Vongsey Visoth, Chan Sothy, Kim Sopheak, Pol Pidou and Mok

    Theary are "Assistants" to the PM, not "Advisors".

INTERVIEW:

In the interview with Foreign Minister Hor Namhong (PPP, V11/N22, Oct 25,

2002), the Ministry has noted the following:

  • In the first column, page 7, para 5, line 19, "why we move to the East..."

    should be "while we move to the East..."

  • Same para, where the Post had "with India for economic development this is

    very [critical]..." The actual word should be beneficial...

  • In the first column, page 7, para 6, line 16, "but all these countries too,

    China, Japan and India..." should also include ROK.

  • In the first column, page 7, para 8, line 4, "...this is the first time we

    have a meeting between Asia as a whole with Africa as a whole..." "Asia" should

    be Asean.

  • In the second column, page 7, para 2, line 5, "I need to say..." should be

    "I used to say..."

  • In column 3, page 7, para 1, lines 4 & 5, delete "So Cambodia,

    everybody...including China [will benefit]."

  • In column 3, page 7, para 3, line 8, "...I mean go around East Asia.."

    should be "...I mean move towards East Asia..."

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