Prime Minister observes fourth National Day of Remembrance

Publication date 21 May 2021 | 09:20 | ICT

Prime Minister Hun Sen called on people to join together in maintaining peace in order to prevent genocide from reoccurring as part of his message on this year’s National Day of Remembrance.

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