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Minister Mouly visits UK

Minister Mouly visits UK

C ambodian Minister of Information and Chairman of the Cambodian Mine Action

Centre, HE Mr Ieng Mouly, will visit the United Kingdom from 6-13 February 1994

as a guest of the British Government.

He will have meetings with national

newspapers, BBC Television and Radio, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, the

Press Council and other Information/Deeming groups. He will be received by Mr

Alistair Goodlad, Britain's Minister for Asia in the Foreign and Commonwealth

Office, and by Baroness Chalker, the Minister for overseas Development. His

programme includes meetings in the City of Oxford and a visit to the Houses of

Parliament, where he will meet MPs with a special interest in Cambodian

affairs.

H.E. Mr Ieng Mouly will be accompanied by his Director of

Television, Mr Him Suong, a qualified radio and television

journalist.

H.E. Mr Ieng Mouly is currently devising a new press law for

Cambodia and his visit to the UK will add to his expertise in this subject and

in the information field.

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