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Hun Sen to open new NOCC headquarters next month

Hun Sen to open new NOCC headquarters next month

Prime Minister Hun Sen is set to preside over the official opening ceremony of the new National Olympic Committee of Cambodia headquarters on June 13, NOCC general secretary Vath Chamroeun told the Post yesterday.

Representatives of all the Kingdom’s sports federations and associations will be invited to join the event.

The seven-storey building located on the East side of the National Sports Complex will also house the NOCC’s new Sport Medicine and Science Centre.


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