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Hun Manet Meets President of the National Assembly of Vietnam

PHNOM PENH: The Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces and Commander of the Army, Lt. Gen. Hun Manet, met with National Assembly President of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, Vuong Dinh Hue on Monday evening, 21 November 2022.

The Vietnamese National Assembly President is paying a five-day official visit to Cambodia from 19-23 November 2022 to attend the 43rd ASEAN Inter-Parliamentary Assembly in Phnom Penh. During his visit, he discussed bilateral work with the President of the National Assembly of Cambodia, Heng Samrin, and also paid a courtesy visit to the President of the Senate, Say Chhum, and Prime Minister Hun Sen.

The meeting with Lt. Gen. Hun Manet was held in a warm, friendly, understanding, and trusting atmosphere, with a focus on continuing to deepen ties of solidarity, traditional friendship, and cooperation in all fields between the two countries, and especially between Cambodian and Vietnamese youth, using an all-around strategy.

The two sides hailed the continuous development of bilateral relations in the direction of "good neighborliness, traditional friendship, comprehensive cooperation, and long-term stability."

The two sides also noted, with appreciation, the past bilateral cooperation in all fields, including in diplomacy, defense, security, economy, trade, investment, health, education, tourism, culture, and border issues.

The two sides expressed their mutual commitment to further strengthening ties. In addition, they also affirmed that people-to-people contacts, especially among youth, have greatly contributed to bilateral relations between the two countries.

The President of the National Assembly of Vietnam, Vuong Dinh Hue, and Lt. Gen. Hun Manet agreed, as brothers and good neighbors, to continue maintaining close ties between the two countries' youth for the benefit of peace, friendship, and development. At the same time, the two sides affirmed that they will increase cooperation and mutual support in multilateral forums, both regionally and globally.

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