Russia and Japan show their strong relationship with Cambodia

pix1Newly appointed Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Federation of Russia to Cambodia H.E. Mr. Alexander I. Ignaton pays a courtesy visit to Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo Hun Sen in Phnom Penh Tuesday morning.

During the meeting, the Russian diplomat told Premier Techo Hun Sen that this is another new opportunity for him to contribute to the Cambodia’s development as well as to further deepen the ties of friendship and cooperation between the two countries. He also pledged to successfully fulfill his diplomatic mission here.

For his parts, Premier Techo Hun Sen asked Russia to review the possibilities of providing more assistance on the human resource building to Cambodian officials as in the past many Cambodian officials were successful trained in Russia.

pix2Outgoing Japanese Ambassador to Cambodia H.E. Shinohara bids farewell to Cambodian Premier Techo Hun Sen in Phnom Penh Tuesday morning, upon completing his diplomatic mission to Cambodia.

On the occasion, the Japanese diplomat told Premier Techo Hun Sen that during his more than two-year diplomatic mission here he has promoted the cooperation between Cambodia and Japan as well as boosted Cambodia’s development by asking more aid and lured more Japanese investors to the country. Moreover, he added that he has made cooperation with JICA to provide training for Cambodian human resources as well.

In reply, Samdech Techo Hun Sen expressed profound thanks to H.E. Shinohara for his endeavor during the mission here. Besides, Prime Minister Hun Sen asked H.E. Shinohara to continue his support and assistance to Cambodia. He also emphasized that during H.E. Shinohara’s diplomatic term here, the relationship between Cambodia and Japan have been strongly developed and Japan has increased its aid to Cambodia despite the country is being faced with the global economic crisis.


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