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On the morning of June 22, 2017, at the 28th Technical Session of ICC-Angkor, two memorandum of understanding are signed between APSARA Authority and Chinese Academy of Cultural Heritage, China and between APSARA Authority and Indigo Gandhi National Center for the Arts, India. The signing ceremony is presided over by H. E. Ms. Phoeurng Sackona, Minister of Culture and Fine Arts and as President of APSARA, and signed by H.E Dr. Sum Map, Director General of APSARA, Mr. Xu Yan, Deputy Director of Chinese Academy of Cultural Heritage and Mrs. Vinita SRISVASTAVA, Secretary General of IGNCA.
During the 28th Technical Session of ICC-Angkor, delegations from the national institutions, embassies, and other institutions, which are active in restoration and conservation in the region of Angkor, pay respect to Samdech Vibol Panna Sok Ann, Former Deputy Prime Minister, Minister for the Office of the Council of Ministers and President of APSARA Authority for his 100-Day Ceremony at APSARA Authority Center.
ICC- Angkor
( 21 June 2017 )
ICC-Angkor stands for International Coordination Committee for the Safeguarding and Development of the Historic Site of Angkor. In 1993, the ICC - Angkor was established to protect, preserve and develop this vast cultural heritage site.
H. E. Ms. Phoeurng Sackona, Minister of Culture and Fine Arts and as President of APSARA Authority meets the senior experts of ICC-Angkor at APSARA Authority Center. This meeting is organized before the 28th Technical Session of ICC Angkor, which will be held from 21st to 22nd June 2017.
The International Coordinating Committee for the Safeguarding and Development of the Historic Site of Angkor (ICC-Angkor) will hold its 28th Technical Session on 21-22 June 2017 at the Angkor Conference Hall of APSARA. The ICC-Angkor Session will be presided over by H. E. Ms. Phoeurng Sackona, Minister of Culture and Fine Arts and President of APSARA Authority, together with co-chaired by Mr. Takahisa TSUGAWA, Deputy Chief of Mission at the Embassy of Japan and Mr. Guillaume NARJOLLET, Counsellor for Cooperation and Cultural Affairs at the Embassy of France.
After APSARA Authority issued a notice to remove the illegal constructions, which constructed during May 20 to June 2, 2017, villagers, who are living in Rohal village, Nokor Thom commune, Siem Reap town decided to voluntarily dismantle their illegal constructions on June 19, 2017. The voluntary reshuffle happened after a coalition of APSARA, heritage protection police and local authorities came to commemorate the reshuffling of these illegal constructions and explain to those villagers about the serious negative effects on the heritage.
Korean delegation led by Mr. CHOI HWANEON, President of Dong Pusan College, handed over a tractor to the villagers in Roun Taek Eco village to facilitate the farming. The handover ceremony was held at the APSARA headquarter and presided over by H.E Dr. Sum Map, Director General of APSARA Authority and leaders of Dong Pusan College. From there, the delegation also made presentations at the APSARA headquarter and continued directly to visit to Roun Taek Eco village and Angkor Ceramic Museum at Tani.
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What kind of right do people, who live in the region of Angkor, have for their own lands?
1. The villagers, who have homes and live there for ages, can continue to live without forcing to leave the village.

2. The villagers can demolish old houses or build new ones with a request to get permits from Apsara Authority.

3. The villagers have right to manage their own lands such as: giving land possession to their relatives – parents to children, or selling it to the neighbours to get some money for living. However, it is forbidden on buying and selling for the purpose of making profitable business for companies or individuals to build hotels, restaurants, KTV....etc.