All-level public and private educational institutions in Cambodia will be closed from April 20 to May 18 for the 32nd SEA Games and the 12th ASEAN Para Games.
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Minister of Education, Youth, and Sports Hang Chuon Naron sent a document on the closure to all school rectors and directors of education departments in Phnom Penh and provinces.
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