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Hun Sen asks South Korea for more aid

Hun Sen asks South Korea for more aid

Prime Minister Hun Sen met with the director of South Korea’s national aid agency on July 18 to solicit further assistance, particularly in infrastructure development. The premier asked Park Dae Won for his country’s help in bankrolling four major projects, including road repairs, and dam and bridge construction, according to Kim Byung Gwan, a representative of the Korea International Co-operation Agency (KOICA). Park said he hoped he could help. Cambodia is the second highest recipient of South Korean foreign aid, having enjoyed more than $18 million since 2003.

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