ICC stands for International Coordinating for the Safeguarding and Development of the Angkor Historic Site, an international coordination mechanism for aid provided by countries and organizations. For the protection and development of the historical site of Angkor. ICC-Angkor is informed of scientific projects or development operations carried out on the site and in the Siem Reap-Angkor area. ICC-Angkor meets twice a year, one full session and one technical level. ICC-Angkor is co-chaired by France and Japan and coordinated by UNESCO. The Sambor Prei Kuk site has been merged with ICC Angkor 2020, with the participation of leaders and professional officers and the presentation of renovation and development projects to ICC experts.

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