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Published: 28 June,2024 | Updated: 28 June,2024
Cambodia, Thailand to Further Deepen Bilateral Cooperation

Phnom Penh, June 27 (AseanAll)  — Cambodia and Thailand will further tighten and expand their bilateral cooperation for the prosperity and benefits of both neighbouring Kingdoms.

This commitment was reiterated when Hun Manet, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia, received visiting Thai Foreign Minister Maris Sangiampongsa, at the Peace Palace in Phnom Penh on June 27,2024.

During the courtesy meeting, Maris Sangiampongsa said he is ready to work harder to promote and broaden the Thai-Cambodian cooperation for the mutual interest of the two peoples and countries.

For his part, Hun Manet congratulated Maris Sangiampongsa on his appointment as Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Thailand. He spoke highly of the strong bilateral relationship between Cambodia and Thailand which has been elevated to “strategic partnership”.

In addition, the Cambodian Premier thanked the Thai government for exempting the Re-entry Visa Fee for Cambodian workers who returned to Thailand after the Khmer Traditional New Year holiday in April.

Cambodian PM and the Thai foreign minister highly valued the establishment of consulate generals in Siem Reap of Cambodia and Songkhla of Thailand, and discussed the strengthening and expansion of cooperation in many areas, including economy, trade, people-to-people exchanges, tourism, energy security, mine clearance and so on.

Both countries will mark the 75th anniversary of the establishment of their diplomatic ties next year.