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Thursday, March 22, 2012

Korea Plans to Build Civil Aviation Training Centre for Cambodia

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Korea Plans to Build Civil Aviation Training Centre for Cambodia

KOICA News Release: trainslation from local newspaper
Rasmei Kampuchea Daily:
Vol.20, #5765, Wednesday, February 21, 2012

Phnom Penh: South Korean government has decided to build a civil aviation training centre (CACT) for Cambodian government, costing approximately US$5 million, to help better the civil aviation service in Cambodia.

This was made known during the meeting between Deputy Prime Minister Sok An and Dr. Shin Eui Cheol, KOICA Representative to Cambodia.

On top of this, both parties emphasized on training programs for officials at State Secretariat of Civil Aviation plus the assistance to construct the centre and provide equipments.

KOICA experts will get the project studied this year and launch the construction in 2013 on a plot of land of 3,000 m² near Phnom Penh International Airport (PPIA).

Deputy Prime Minister Sok An, in reply, profoundly thanked Korean government for this grant aid since it is really crucial for Cambodia when receiving many more direct flights from all continents and regions in the world which require cooperation, service and security enhancements in the airports.

Good civil aviation services will make significant contribution to Cambodia’s tourism sector, he added. Please note that South Korean government plans to provide aid of about US$12 million to Cambodia for 2012 through KOICA Cambodia Office.

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