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Korean talks support

Korean talks support

The Cambodian government said it supported the six-party talks on the Korean Peninsula

nuclear issue, local newspapers reported. The Koh Santhepheap Daily reported on February

20 that Cambodian Deputy Prime Minister Hor Namhong had congratulated Choe Han Chun,

the out-going ambassador of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) to Cambodia,

on the progress achieved at the talks and expressed his support.

Namhong also Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, said Cambodia

would always support reconciliation on the Korean Peninsula.

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