The 18th Meeting of the Mekong River Commission Council

Siem Reap, Cambodia , 7th Dec 2011 - 9th Dec 2011

The MRC Council held its Eighteenth Meeting on 8 December 2011 in Siem Reap, Cambodia. 

Agenda

Related Statements

  • Joint Development Partner Statement,
    by Australia, Belgium, Denmark, European Union, Finland, France, Germany, Japan, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Sweden, Switzerland, United States of America, Asian Development Bank, IUCN, The United Nations, The World Bank, WWF.
  • Closing Statement, by H.E. Mr. Lim Kean Hor,
    Minister of Water Resources and Meteorology of Cambodia, Chairperson of the Cambodia National Mekong Committee, Member of the MRC Council for Cambodia, Chairperson of the MRC Council for 2011/2012

Media Release

Minutes

For More Information

Mr. Surasak Glahan
Communication Officer
International Cooperation and Communication Section
Mekong River Commission
Office of the Secretariat in Vientiane, Lao PDR
Tel: +856 263 263
+856 20 555 28726 (mobile)

Email: Surasak@mrcmekong.org

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