King Norodom Sihamoni on Tuesday travelled to Kampong Thom’s Stoang district to distribute gifts to nearly 600 area villagers. Kampong Thom Governor Chun Chorn said yesterday that citizens and civil servants welcomed the monarch warmly during his visit, adding that the King’s visit was an important part of the Royal family’s humanitarian work. “The King always pays close attention to the hardships suffered by citizens across the country,” Chun Chorn said.
King Sihamoni visits Kampong Thom
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