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24 Scholarship Winners Prepare for Master’s Program in Japan

PHNOM PENH: Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Prak Sokhon, congratulated 24 scholarship winners who leave for Japan at the end of August. He urged them to continue in their efforts to learn and absorb new knowledge and good experiences to contribute to the development of their home country.

On August 2, Prak Sokhon addressed 24 hardworking students from 15 ministries and institutions who qualified for the Japan Development Scholarship (JDS), which allows them to study in a two-year master’s degree program in Japan.

He emphasized that the Royal Government supports and encourages Cambodian students and government officials to study abroad to develop the calibur of the Cambodian workforce.

The DPM also gave important information regarding the general situation of the country and the people of Japan and their way of life there. He also explained Cambodia-Japan relations. He urged all Cambodian students and citizens living in Japan to contact the Cambodian Embassy regularly for assistance with consular matters.

The 24 students are committed to studying hard to gain knowledge and experience and actively contribute to cultural exchange in order to deepen relations between Cambodia and Japan.



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