Cambodia and Serbia strengthen bilateral cooperation
In another step aimed at strengthening diplomatic relations with foreign countries, Cambodia and the Republic of Serbia have undertaken to strengthen their bilateral relations in the political, economic, tourist and investment fields.
The cooperation commitment was announced during a meeting between the Minister attached to the Prime Minister and Permanent Secretary of State of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MFAIC), Ouch Borith and the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Serbia , Nicola Selakovic. The meeting was held during Minister Borith’s stay in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, to attend the “High Level Commemorative Meeting on the Occasion of the 60th Anniversary of the First Conference of Non-Aligned Countries” which takes place on October 11 and 12. .
According to a statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MFAIC), during the meeting, the two parties recalled the historical ties between the two countries which date back to 1957. According to the two representatives, cooperation between the two countries have been friendly and fruitful. They pledged to foster and continue to strengthen cooperation, especially in the fields of politics, economy, tourism and investment for the common good.
Minister Selakovic said the Serbian government was ready to host the planned official visit of Prime Minister Hun Sen. The official visit aims to deepen the friendship and cooperation between the two nations.
The Serbian government is studying the possibility of creating mission offices in Southeast Asia, especially Cambodia, Minister Selakovic said. He added that the Serbian delegation will be sent to the region and Cambodia by the end of this year to examine the viability. AKP-Chea Vannak