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The Principality of Monaco and the Kingdom of Cambodia have officially established diplomatic relations through the signing of a Joint Communiqué on 11th July.
The ceremony took place in the Monegasque Chancellery in Paris, in the presence of diplomats from both Embassies.
The document was signed by Christophe Steiner, Ambassador of the Principality of Monaco and Widhya Chem, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Cambodia.
At the end of the signing, the two ambassadors discussed the prospects of developing friendship and cooperation between the two States, particularly the commitment of the two countries to sustainable development and the protection of the oceans.
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