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Cambodian, Thai state-owned broadcasters ink cooperation deal

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PHNOM PENH, May 21 (Xinhua) -- The National Television of Cambodia and the Mass Communication Organization of Thailand (MCOT) on Tuesday signed a television cooperation agreement, focusing on the exchange of TV programs and information.

The deal was inked between director general of the National Television of Cambodia Kem Gunawadh and MCOT's director general Anek Perm Vongsent under the presence of Cambodia's Minister of Information Khieu Kanharith.

Speaking at the signing ceremony, Khieu Kanharith said under the agreement, both sides would exchange techniques and experiences as well as information.

He said that it was very important to exchange information. As the border conflict between the two countries has not been solved, both sides must broadcast only factual information and must avoid any provocative news.

Anek Perm Vongsent said MCOT was pleased to cooperate with Cambodia in television sector, saying that under the deal, peoples of the two countries could get to know each other better via daily TV program exchange.

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