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Dr Aung Naing(left) ,and Cambodian Foreign Minister Hor Namhong(Right)

By Ashin Mettacara

Burma's ambassador to Cambodia, Dr Aung Naing has died of stroke at approximately 5: 30 p.m. on Wednesday.

Dr. Aung Naing was one of the personal doctors of military leader, Sen. Gen. Than Shwe and former ambassador to Japan. He had been appointed as ambassador to Cambodia on November 14th, 2003.
Dr Aung Naing dies at 61.

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