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KKKCC seeks UN action

KKKCC seeks UN action

THE Khmer Kampuchea Krom Cultural Centre, along with 10 other Khmer Krom groups, has requested that United Nations secretary general Ban Ki-moon meet with them during his visit to the Kingdom later this month, KKKCC chairman Yont Tharo said yesterday. “We will request the secretary general to help intervene to [ask] the Vietnamese government to respect the rights of Khmer Kampuchea Krom in Vietnam,” he said.

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