PM Receives CPC Senior Leader

Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo Hun Sen, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia, received here on Wednesday at the Peace Palace, H.E. He Guoqiang, Member of the Standing Committee of the CPC Central Committee Political Bureau and Head of the CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection.

On the occasion, the Cambodian premier asked the Chinese side to continue its assistance to Cambodia by providing loans and to increase the import of Cambodian goods, H.E. Ieng Sophalèt, Assistant to Samdech Techo Hun Sen told reporters after the meeting.

The Cambodian prime minister further proposed to the Chinese side to encourage its investors and tourists to Cambodia, especially to promote the establishment of direct flights from different Chinese provinces to Phnom Penh and Siem Reap, as well as to help strengthening the relationships between both countries’ youths.

In reply, H.E. He Guoqiang accepted the Cambodian leader’s requests and asked the Cambodian side to submit proposals for the loans.

The CPC senior leader highly valued the development in Cambodia under the wise leadership of Samdech Techo Hun Sen. He also thanked the Cambodian premier, government and people for their support to China.

Samdech Techo Hun Sen expressed his delight with the development of both countries’ relationship, saying that it began with good neighborly relations, then to those of reliable friends and now to those of comprehensive strategic partners. “The Development of Cambodia is inseparable from China’s assistance,” he underlined.

Following the bilateral meeting, Samdech Techo Hun Sen and H.E. He Guoqiang witnessed the signing ceremony of seven economic and trade cooperation documents between the Royal Government of Cambodia and the Government of the People’s Republic of China.

The CPC senior delegation led by H.E. He Guoqiang arrived here on Tuesday for a three-day visit. As scheduled, the delegation left here this morning to visit Angkor temples in Siem Reap province before continuing its visit to Malaysia.


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