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Vietnam, Cambodia to make border map

Vietnam and Cambodia have put out to tender a project on national border map making between the two countries.
Present at the ceremony held in
Phnom Penh on December 1 were international bidders such as Blom Info
AS of Denmark, IGN of France, Kokusai of Japan, and the joint
PASCO-FINNMAP of Japan and Finland, as well as representatives from
Vietnamese and Cambodian ministries and relevant agencies and the
inter-committee for border demarcation.
The bidding document was signed by Deputy Head of the Vietnam
Foreign Ministry’s National Border Committee Nguyen Hong Thao and
Senior Minister of the Royal Cambodian Government Var Kim Hong.

To ensure objectivity, science and accuracy, the two sides decided to
choose international bidding to make the border map, showing locations
of demarcating border landmarks, to be attached to the future Protocol
on border demarcation.

Vietnam and Cambodia are scheduled to fulfill all border demarcation-related work by 2012.

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