The European Union (E.U.) on Wednesday signed an agreement with the government to provide Cambodia with radiation detection equipment and counterterrorism technology to detect illicit trafficking or criminal use of nuclear and radiological materials at the country’s border checkpoints. E.U. Ambassador to Cambodia Jean Francois Cautain and Om Yentieng, vice-chairman of the Secretariat of National Counter-Terrorism Committee, signed off on the deal that will see radiation detection equipment and alarm communication systems installed at the New River Port in Phnom Penh and both Phnom Penh and Siem Reap International Airports. “I am very pleased that Cambodia is committed
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