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DPM Prak Sokhonn to Sign the Exchange of Notes with Japanese Ambassador

PHNOM PENH: On Wednesday, 02 March 2022, The Cambodian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Deputy Prime Minister Prak Sokhonn, and the Ambassador of Japan to Cambodia, Mikami Masahiro, will sign the Exchange of Notes and related documents on the extension of Japanese Grant Aid for the implementation of two projects:

1. Up to the maximum amount of JPY 2,000,000,000 (approximately USD 17,000,000) for the Project for Integrated Mine Clearance and Landmine Victim Assistance (Phase 2), and;

2. Up to the maximum amount of JPY 2,786,000,000 (approximately USD 24,000,000) for the Project for the Expansion of Water Supply System in Svay Rieng Province.

The above listed grant aid extended by the Government of Japan will crucially contribute to the Royal Government of Cambodia's efforts to stimulate economic and social development of the Kingdom as well as further enhance the existing good cooperation and bonds of traditional friendship between the two countries.



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