Kishida welcomes Cambodia’s help for land mine detection in Ukraine

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Saturday welcomed Cambodia’s offer to help Ukraine detect land mines, as Russia’s war on the Eastern European nation continues.

At a joint press event with Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen after their talks in Phnom Penh, Kishida said training Ukrainian people to use land mine detectors will be a “strong message for the international community.”

The training will be provided by the Cambodian Mine Action Centre and the Japan International Cooperation Agency, a government-backed aid agency, according to Kishida.

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