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Phnom Penh inks win city agreement

Phnom Penh inks win city agreement

Officials of Phnom Penh and Iloilo City in the Philippines have inked a

“twinning agreement” in a bid to strengthen promotion of improved

sanitation and environmental health in the Cambodian capital. A letter

of intent was signed by Mann Chhoeurn, deputy governor of Phnom Penh

municipality, during an April 4-5 visit to Iloilo by Phnom Penh city

exectutives, the Philippines News Agency reported. The agreement will

allow Cambodian officials to learn first hand about Iloilo’s efforts to

improve wastewater treatment and sanitation campaigns through social

marketing outreach programs and infrastructure development.

 

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