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Police chief off to Las Vegas conference

Police chief off to Las Vegas conference

Cambodian police commander Hok Lundy will lead a police delegation to the US to attend

an anti-crime conference in Las Vegas. Lundy said he would discuss bilateral co-operation

with the Federal Bureau of Investigation at the conference on April 19. "I will

meet with FBI officials to strengthen security and terrorism cooperation," Lundy

told local media. "We work hard for the stability of our country," he said,

adding that the cooperation with the US police is important for Cambodia.

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