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Official: National pride to depend on volunteers

Publication date 21 September 2022 | 19:56 | ICT

Vath Chamroeun, secretary-general of the Cambodian SEA Games Organising Committee (CAMSOC), highlighted the importance of volunteers to Cambodia’s success in hosting the 2023 SEA Games.

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