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VN news agencY to support state media

VN news agencY to support state media

The state-run Vietnam News Agency (VNA) has pledged to help its Cambodian counterpart Agence Khmer Presse (AKP) with technical assistance in a bid to improve news production. Kit Kim Huon, general director of AKP, said Thursday that the project proposals, which encompass new equipment and training, were prepared by the Cambodia-Vietnam Inter-Government Committee. It is expected to be approved by the two governments by the end of the year. “The technical assistance ... will help boost the government’s information systems,” she said.


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