In Brief: Ministry joins cleaning campaign

In Brief: Ministry joins cleaning campaign

The Ministry of Environment

in Siem Reap has endorsed and joined the cleaning campaign to begin

Friday from 7am to 9am, initiated by a partnership between local

restaurants. Management and staff will participate, but the call for

action has now gone out to the public at large. Khoeurn Sokunvisith,

deputy director at the  Ministry of Environment, told the Post that

people can gather at 6:45am at the BBQ Suki restaurant.  "One group is

to start cleaning from Chong Kavsou bus station to Wat Damnak bridge.

The second group will start at the New Bridge behind Amansara Resort

and clean to the crocodile farm," Khoeurn Sokunvisith said.


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