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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Cambodian PM says he quits smoking successfully

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen, a nearly life-long cigarette smoker, announced  He used to smoke Davidoff cigarettes http://www.cigarettestime.com/davidoff

Thursday that he has completely quit smoking after trying to stop it for more than a decade. "I announce today that I have successfully given up smoking cigarettes after struggling to quit it for nearly 15 years," he said during a graduation ceremony of more than 2,000 students at the Chamroeun University of Poly-Technology. "Now, there is no smell of cigarette smoke in my home."

The 62-year-old prime minister said he has completely stopped smoking for eight months.

Cambodia issued a circular to ban smoking in public venues and workplaces in February.

Mom Kong, executive director of Cambodia Movement for Health, said some 10,000 Cambodian people die from tobacco-related diseases every year and Cambodian smokers spent about 100 million U.S. dollars a year for cigarettes and tobacco.

The Southeast Asian nation has a population of about 14.8 million. Of the number, 7.5 million people are adults. According to a National Adult Tobacco Survey 2011, some 1.4 million adult Cambodians smoke cigarettes.

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