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Neak Leung bridge

Neak Leung bridge

The Japanese Ambassador to Cambodia, Takahashi Fumiaki, announced that the Japanese

Government will provide aid to Cambodia to build the Neak Leung Bridge, a Japanese

news agency reported on December 16. The report said Prime Minister Hun Sen suggested

the Neak Leung Bridge project to former Japanese Prime Minister Koizumi in 2001.

The project is scheduled for completion in 2012.


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