Cambodian Leaders Meet Vietnam Fatherland Front's Delegation
A high-ranking delegation of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) Central Committee paid a visit to Cambodia from July 28 to 30 to further intensify the two countries’ friendship and cooperation, VNA reported Saturday.
|President of the VFF Central Committee Do Van Chien (eighth from left), Deputy Prime Minister, Vice Chairwoman of the Cambodian Front’s National Council and Chairwoman of the Cambodia - Vietnam Friendship Association Men Sam An (fifth from right), and other officials at their meeting in Phnom Penh. Photo: VNA|
The trip was part of activities in celebration of the 55th anniversary of bilateral diplomatic ties and the two countries’ Friendship Year 2022.
The delegation had meetings with Cambodian King Preah Bat Samdech Preah Bormneat Norodom Sihamoni, leaders of the National Assembly, Senate and Government of Cambodia, and many organisations and agencies.
Speaking at those events, President of the VFF Central Committee Do Van Chien affirmed that Vietnam always attaches importance to the development of traditional ties with Cambodia.
Vietnam’s consistent viewpoint is supporting an independent, peaceful, neutral and developed Cambodia. It always wishes to cooperate with Cambodia to firmly maintain security and defence while developing independent and self-reliant economies with extensive and effective international integration, he emphasised.
Chien also expressed his hope that the Cambodian King and leaders will support the early completion of land border demarcation and border marker planting so as to build a borderline of peace, friendship, and cooperation for common development.
He asked Cambodian authorities to continue assisting and resolving difficulties facing Vietnamese-origin people, promote communications and education to help the countries’ young people understand more about the traditional friendship, step up transport connectivity, boost infrastructure development at border gates, and actively coordinate with Vietnam to search for and repatriate remains of Vietnam’s volunteer soldiers and experts falling down in Cambodia during wartime.
|At the working session with the President of the National Assembly and Chairman of the National Council of the Solidarity Front for Development of the Cambodian Motherland Samdech Heng Samrin. Photo: VNA|
At the working session with the President of the National Assembly and Chairman of the National Council of the Solidarity Front for Development of the Cambodian Motherland Samdech Heng Samrin, the two Fronts agreed to work together to build and carry out an implementation plan for the memorandum of understanding on the cooperation programme among the Fronts of Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam, along with the three Fronts’ joint communiqué on the outcomes of an international conference on building the Vietnam - Cambodia borderline for 2022 - 2025 to be held in Vietnam this September.
Heng Samrin applauded the fruitful multifaceted cooperation between the two Governments as seen in bilateral trade growth and the Covid-19 combat, which has helped reopen the countries and reactivate their economic and tourism activities.
|Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen meets President of the VFF Central Committee Do Van Chien on July 29. Photo: VNA|
Talking to the Vietnamese delegation at a separate meeting, Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen expressed his satisfaction at the stability of bilateral relations, especially the completion of 84% of the land border demarcation, and agreed to accelerate work on the remaining 16% in order to have a stable borderline and facilitate cross-border travel.
The VFF delegation also met with President of the Cambodian Senate Samdech Say Chhum; Deputy Prime Minister, Vice Chairwoman of the Cambodian Front’s National Council and Chairwoman of the Cambodia - Vietnam Friendship Association Men Sam An; and Great Supreme Patriarch of Cambodia Samdech Tep Vong.
On July 30, they had a working session with the Khmer - Vietnamese Association and visited and presented gifts to Cambodian of Vietnamese origin in Phnom Penh.
|They visit and give gifts to representatives of Vietnamese origin living in Phnom Penh. Photo: VNA|
On July 25, the Vietnam Women’s Union (VWU) and the Cambodian Women's Association for Peace and Development (CWPD) also held a ceremony marking the 55th anniversary of the two countries’ diplomatic ties and the Friendship Year 2022 during their working visit to Cambodia. They also signed a cooperation agreement for the 2022 - 2027 period.
At the ceremony, the VWU and the CWPD signed a cooperation agreement for 2022 - 2027. The VWU Committee of Dak Lak province and the CWPD chapter of neighbouring Mondulkiri province signed a similar deal for the period. Meanwhile, the two associations and the INTRACO company inked an agreement to carry out a project on equipping women with energy saving stoves and water purifiers.
Previous, Secretary of the Party Central Committee and President of the VFF Central Committee Do Van Chien paid an official visit to Laos during which he met with Laos’s Party General Secretary and State President Thongloun Sisoulith, and paid courtesy visits to Prime Minister Phankham Viphavanh and President of the NA Xaysomphone Phomvihane.
Chien on July 28 visited and presented gifts to Nguyen Du Lao-Vietnamese bilingual school in Vientiane, during his official visit to Laos.
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