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New Zealand provides $163,000 for Cambodia's Khmer Rouge tribunal


New Zealand Prime Minister John Key visited the Khmer Rouge tribunal yesterday and announced US$163,000 in assistance to the UN-backed court.

Neth Phaktra, spokesman for the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, said Key expressed interest in the tribunal and valued its efforts.

"The New Zealand government accepts that the Cambodian people depend on the Khmer Rouge tribunal for national reconcilliation so New Zealand will continue to support the tribunal to complete its business," he said.

"The visit of John Key to the tribunal was an encouragement to all staff," he added.
New Zealand has provided a total of 1.2 million New Zealand dollars (US$979,800) to the tribunal since 2006.

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