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The deep-rooted ties between Australia and the Kingdom

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The deep-rooted ties between Australia and the Kingdom

Over the past 65 years, Australia has enjoyed a warm, diplomatic and fruitful relationship with Cambodia. This involves many programs that aid in the development of the Kingdom, including student exchange programs, visits to various provinces and rehabilitation and education centres, as well as engaging prominent Cambodians in helping to promote the ever-growing ties between the two countries.

Here are some photos which have captured these momentous occasions.

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