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Friendship centers

Friendship centers

All 24 of the Kingdom's provinces and cities now have Cambodia-Vietnam friendship

centers established by the United Front for National Construction and Defense of

Cambodia (UFCDK). UFCDK and the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) announced the news

after a meeting held in Phnom Penh on August 7, reported the Vietnamese press. The

one-year-old UFCDK agreed to further strengthen its ties with VFF throughout the

country in the future.

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