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New roads handed over in Prey Veng

New roads handed over in Prey Veng

German Ambassador Frank Mann and Deputy Prime Minister Sar Kheng presided over the inauguration of two rural roads constructed under the Tertiary Toads Improvement Program (TRIP) on January 29. TRIP is financed by the German government and implemented by the Ministry of Rural Development, with the government contributing $3 million for maintenance of TRIP roads. The 31km Po Rung-O’Kanddoul road cost $1.2 million and runs through nine provinces, while the 13km Sothea-Prey Meas road stretches through two communes and cost $500,000, according to a statement from the German Embassy.

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