Japanese Embassy in Cambodia has congratulated eleven Cambodian graduates from the Education and Research Centre for Japanese Law (CJL).
Representing the Government of Japan, Mr. Toshiro Suzuki, Counsellor of the Embassy of Japan, joined the graduation yesterday and addressed congratulatory speech to the graduates at the Royal University of Law and Economics (RULE) here in Phnom Penh.
In his address, the Japanese councillor underlined his hope that the eleven Cambodian graduates � seven of them are female � flourish Cambodian society and strengthen the friendship between Japan and Cambodia.
Since its establishment in Cambodia in September 2008, the Education and Research Centre for Japanese Law (CJL) has provided legal and public administration education to many Cambodians.
In Cambodia, the operation of the centre is made possible through cooperation between the Royal University of Law and Economics and Nagoya University, and similar centre also exists in Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam, Mongolia, and Uzbekistan.
Source: Agency Kampuchea Press