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Phnom Penh (VNA) Phnom Penh authorities will suspend two-way traffic near the Morodok Techo National Stadium between the section of Win-Win Boulevard from Prek Pnov Bridge toward National Road No. 6 from June 6 – 9 to serve Cambodia’s host of 12th biennial Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Para Games.

The move aims to ensure security, safety and public order and avoid traffic congestion during the sporting event.

As scheduled, official events of the Games will be organised at the Morodok Techo National Stadium, as well as in Chrouy Changvar district and Sangkat Preaek Ta Sek neighbourhood. Additional gatherings are likely to take place in other parts of the city, especially at sports stadiums, such as the Army Stadium and/or Chroy Changvar International Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Khieu Kanharith, Minister of Information and Vice Chairman of the Cambodian national organising committees for the 32nd SEA Games and 12th ASEAN Para Games (CAMSOC-CAMAPGOC), on May 30 inspected the establishment of the Main Press Centre (MPC) of the Morodok Techo National Stadium to serve domestic and international journalists during the 12th ASEAN Para Games.

Phos Sovann, Director General of Information and Audio-visual of the Ministry of Information said the MPC can accommodate between 250 to 300 national and international journalists at the same time, with free snacks as well, he added.

According to Sovann, more than 500 Cambodian and international journalists have officially registered to work at the event.

Cambodia expects to win 56 medals in the upcoming games, up from 28 medals they got in the 11th ASEAN Para Games in Indonesia in 2022.  The host country is also expected to rank sixth out of the 11 participating countries on the medal tally./.