Prime Minister Hun Sen this week is scheduled to pay a two-day visit to Hungary where Cambodia and Hungary are expected to sign two agreements, including on economic cooperation and education programme exchange.
The Foreign Affairs Ministry issued a statement today, saying that Mr Hun Sen will have separate meetings with Hungarian leaders on Thursday and Friday to promote and strengthen the existing bilateral relations and close cooperation.
Mr Hun Sen will be accompanied by Foreign Affairs Minister Prak Sokhonn, Commerce Minister Pan Sorasak, and other senior government officials. Mr Hun Sen was invited by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, it said.
“During this visit, two documents, namely the Agreement on Economic Cooperation and the Exchange of Education Programme, will be signed,” the statement said.
After the visit, Mr Hun Sen on Saturday will attend the 5th Conference on Interaction and Confidence Building Measures in Asia (CICA) in Tajikistan, where he will also deliver his speech and hold bilateral meeting with his counterpart. He was invited by Emomali Rahmon, President of Tajikistan and the CICA Chairman.
During the Summit, Mr Hun Sen will highlight important fields of common challenge to the Asian region, and share his insight views on how Asia could tackle security, economic and political issues among the CICA Member States, according to the statement.
Mr Hun Sen is expected to hold bilateral meetings with President of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon and other Heads of States and Governments from other participating countries, it said.