China has funded 3,000km of roads in Cambodia

Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Hun Sen has announced that China has financed the construction of more than 3,000 kilometres of roads in the Kingdom. The figure was shared at the inauguration ceremony of National Road No. 55, which has a total length of 182.16 kilometres, along with the groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of National Road No. 10 that has a total length of 198.71 kilometres. The ceremony was held in Veal Veng district, Pursat province this morning. The construction of National Road No. 55 linking Pursat provincial city to Thmar Da, at the border with Thailand, cost some US$132.80 million funded by China and the national budget of the Royal Government of Cambodia. National Road No. 10 linking Samlot in Battambang province to Koh Kong province also has an estimated cost of US$188.38 million for an expected duration of 48 months, started in December 2019.

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