Case 002 Initial Hearing 27th -30th June 2011

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Email: pas@eccc.gov.kh

Mr. Lars Olsen
Legal Communications Officer
Land line: +855 23 861 669
Mobile phone: +855 (0) 12 488 023
olsenl@un.org
- Mr. Olsen is focal point for  English speaking representatives of the media.

Mr. Neth Pheaktra
Press Officer
Mobile phone: +855 (0) 12 488 156
neth.pheaktra@eccc.gov.kh
-Mr. Neth is focal point for Khmer speaking representatives of the media.

Mr. Dim Sovannarom
Chief of Public Affairs Section
Mobile phone: +855 (0) 12 488 09
dim.sovannarom@eccc.gov.kh
Mr. Dim is focal person for French speaking representatives of the media.

 

 

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