The information was made known here on June 7 at a meeting between Cambodian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister in charge of the Office of the Council of Ministers H.E. Sok An with Japanese Ambassador H.E. Yuji Kumamaru, French Ambassador H.E. Serge Mostura and UNESCO Representative to Cambodia H.E. Ms. Anne Lemaistre, according to Mr. Ek Tha, spokesman for the Press and Quick Reaction Unit at the Council of Ministers.
On the occasion, the Cambodian DPM expressed his profound appreciation to the Governments of France and
for their continuing support to safeguard Angkor, which also contributes to the
socio-economic development of Cambodia.
H.E. Sok An has also expressed appreciation to the international community for injecting some $250 million of assistance for the temples’ restoration since 1993 and for working so successfully as to have ICC-Angkor seen as a model for such cooperation in the field of world heritage.
In 2003, the 2nd Inter-Governmental Conference held in Paris Conference spelled out guidelines on heritage and sustainable development.
Since the establishment of the ICC-Angkor, more than 60 temple restoration projects have been or are being implemented in Siem Reap province, the home of
Angkor, with support
from 17 countries and 28 international organizations.
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