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New Briefs: U.N. Urged to Stay

New Briefs: U.N. Urged to Stay

MANILA (AP) - Southeast Asian Nations on June 21 urged the United Nations and

other international groups to continue their operations in Cambodia even after a

new government is formed.

"The United Nations and the International Community should remain engaged in

Cambodia, to support the elected constituent asse-mbly...and should continue to assist

and support the new government after the interim period to strengthen the peace and

development which the Cambodian people have so courageously affirmed through the

polls," a statement released by ASEAN foreign ministers said

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