The governments of Japan and Thailand as well as the Thai community in Cambodia have decided to donate goods and cash totaling about $520,000 to flood relief in Cambodia, officials said Tuesday. The Japanese government will donate about $400,000 in an official ceremony this morning at the Phnom Penh International Airport, said Nhim Vanda, first vice president of the National Committee for Disaster Management. “We will use the aid for the flood victims living in seriously flooded areas,” he said. The Japanese Embassy said that goods including generators and water purifiers, which are valued at about $320,000, will
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