Party chief meets Cambodian PM
09:28 | 27/02/2019

VGP – Party General Secretary, State President Nguyen PhuTrong and Cambodian PM Hun Sen agreed to further cultivate political trust between the two countries during their meeting in Phnom Penh, Cambodia on February 26. 

Party General Secretary, State President Nguyen PhuTrong meets Cambodian PM Hun Sen, Phnom Penh, Cambodia on February 26, 2019 - Photo: VNA

Mr. Trong congratulated Cambodia on its major development attainments, the successful election of the sixth National Assembly, and the establishment of a new Government, expressing his hope that with the support of the Cambodian people and parliament, the new Government would lead the country to successfully overcome all difficulties and challenges to harvest even greater achievements.

Viet Nam always highly prioritized the relations with Cambodia and the CPP, he said, stressing that the Vietnamese Party, State and people would exert every effort to join their Cambodian counterparts in developing bilateral ties for the sake of the two peoples and for peace, stability, co-operation and development in the region and the world.

At the meeting, the two sides informed each other of their respective countries’ situation and discussed measures to foster bilateral co-operation in all aspects. They agreed to promote political relations through frequent meetings and increase the effectiveness of co-operation mechanisms.

PM Hun Sen said he hoped the two sides’ authorities would facilitate bilateral trading activities. He also stated that the Cambodian Government would provide more favorable conditions for investors, calling on Vietnamese businesses to boost investment in his country.

On the occasion, General Secretary, President Trong also thanked the Cambodian side for supporting the people of Vietnamese origin in the country, suggesting PM Hun Sen direct the Cambodian Government to take appropriate measures to ensure legitimate rights and interests of Vietnamese-Cambodians.

PM Hun Sen affirmed that he and his Government would always create favorable conditions for the community.

Following the meeting, the two leaders witnessed the signing of several co-operation documents between the countries. The two sides also issued a joint statement.

By Hoang Ha

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