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Cambodia donates $50,000 to cyclone-hit Myanmar
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12:32, May 07, 2008

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The Cambodian government on Wednesday donated 50,000 U.S. dollars to cyclone-stricken Myanmar to relieve the difficulties there, said Hor Namhong, Cambodian Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.

"This small amount of money is our people and government's spirit and heart to help the Myanmar people and government which is our friend in the ASEAN family," Hor Nam Hong told reporters at his office after he met with a Myanmar diplomatic official on Wednesday morning.

Hor Namhong handed over the donation to Aung Naing, Myanmar Ambassador to Cambodia, after they talked about the cyclone disaster in Myanmar.

"The Cambodian people and government join the condolences for Myanmar's families and the government who suffered from the cyclone disaster. It is our sadness," Hor Nam Hong said.

Cambodia also conveyed a wish for the referendum in Myanmar to succeed, he added.


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