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Hor Namhong sends sympathies to Norway

Hor Namhong sends sympathies to Norway

FOREIGN Minister Hor Namhong wrote yesterday to his Norwegian counterpart to express “profound condolences for the tragic loss of many lives” in Friday’s massacre. “I am extremely shocked by the barbaric bomb attack on your Government building in Oslo and the massacre of many innocent youths on the island of Utoya,” Hor Namhong said. “Cambodia also joins the world in strongly condemning such deplorable and mad acts of terror.” Norway held a national moment of silence yesterday to honour at least 93 Norwegians who were killed.

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