Switzerland will provide about $6 million in continued aid to help clear mines.
The government contributed over $110 million toward mine clearance operations.
The government has contributed more than $110 million toward mine clearance operations, management of mine action institutions and through tax exemptions on demining equipment over the last 10 years.
35 people have been killed or injured so far this year in mine incidents.
The Cambodian Mine Action says that 20 people fell victim to UXOs so far this year.
A United States Embassy representative on Wednesday said that his country is committed to help clear landmines, in particular clusters bombs that were dropped in Cambodia’s north-east.
The United Kingdom will continue to support demining efforts until the last mine is cleared in the Kingdom, officials say.
The Swiss government will provide $6 million for demining work in Cambodia from next year to 2025.
Senior Minister accuses some powerful countries of using human rights as a tool.
The UK will provide more than $9 million in aid from this year to 2020 for demining operations to clear unexploded ordnance.
The Cambodian Mine Action Authority is going to dispatch 40 of its demining staff to China to receive training next month.
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The United Kingdom will provide aid until 2020 for demining operations.
Authorities warn field personnel and residents in flooded areas to be cautious due to mines being unearthed during heavy rains.
Russian ambassador to Cambodia highlights the benefits of bilateral relationship.
The presence of unexploded ordinances around the country is a violent reminder of wars waged decades ago on Cambodian soil.
The Cambodian Mine Action and Victim Assistance Authority yesterday said Cambodia will be mine-free by 2025.
The British Embassy in Phnom Penh on Thursday celebrated the official birthday of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at the Great Duke Phnom Penh Hotel.
The Republic of Turkey’s embassy in Phnom Penh hosted a party to celebrate the 94th anniversary of its republic’s founding day at the ballroom of Raffles Hotel Le Royal.
Alan Parkhouse spoke to Ly Thuch, the man in charge of making the country mine-free.