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Cambodia brakes ground for construction of 5th Cambodia-China Friendship Bridge

11-02-2011 16:56 BJT

Cambodian students wave the flags of China during the groundbreaking ceremony of the 5th
Cambodia-China Friendship Bridge in Phnom Penh, capital of Cambodia, on Nov. 2, 2011.
Cambodia on Wednesday broke ground for the construction of the 5th Cambodia-China
Friendship Bridge, or the 2nd Chroy Changvar Bridge, across Tonle Sap River to reduce
traffic congestion and to keep up with the country's fast pace of economic development.
(Xinhua/Philong Sovan)

Cambodian students wave Cambodia-China flags during the groundbreaking ceremony of the 5th
Cambodia-China Friendship Bridge in Phnom Penh, capital of Cambodia, on Nov. 2, 2011.
Cambodia on Wednesday broke ground for the construction of the 5th Cambodia-China
Friendship Bridge, or the 2nd Chroy Changvar Bridge, across Tonle Sap River to reduce
traffic congestion and to keep up with the country's fast pace of economic development.
(Xinhua/Philong Sovan)

Cambodia Prime Minister Hun Sen (2nd L, front) and Chinese Ambassador to Cambodia Pan
Guangxue (1st L, front) press a button during the groundbreaking ceremony of the 5th
Cambodia-China Friendship Bridge in Phnom Penh, capital of Cambodia, on Nov. 2, 2011.
Cambodia on Wednesday broke ground for the construction of the 5th Cambodia-China
Friendship Bridge, or the 2nd Chroy Changvar Bridge, across Tonle Sap River to reduce
traffic congestion and to keep up with the country's fast pace of economic development.
(Xinhua/Philong Sovan)

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen (1st L, front) greets local residents during the
groundbreaking ceremony of the 5th Cambodia-China Friendship Bridge in Phnom Penh, capital
of Cambodia, on Nov. 2, 2011. Cambodia on Wednesday broke ground for the construction of
the 5th Cambodia-China Friendship Bridge, or the 2nd Chroy Changvar Bridge, across Tonle
Sap River to reduce traffic congestion and to keep up with the country's fast pace of
economic development. (Xinhua/Philong Sovan)

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen speaks during the groundbreaking
ceremony of the 5th Cambodia-China Friendship Bridge in Phnom Penh,
capital of Cambodia, on Nov. 2, 2011. Cambodia on Wednesday broke
ground for the construction of the 5th Cambodia-China Friendship
Bridge, or the 2nd Chroy Changvar Bridge, across Tonle Sap River
to reduce traffic congestion and to keep up with the country's
fast pace of economic development. (Xinhua/Philong Sovan)


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