Deputy Prime Minister Men Sam An led a delegation on an official visit to Vietnam yesterday to discuss a memorandum of understanding on inspections signed in 2005 and to strengthen relations between both countries.
Nop Channarin, spokesman for the National Assembly-Senate Relations and Inspections Ministry, said yesterday that Ms Sam An, who is also the Minister of National Assembly-Senate Relations and Inspection, will be in Vietnam until Saturday.
He said she was invited by Le Minh Khai, general-secretary of the General Secretariat of Inspection in Vietnam.
He noted that Ms Sam An’s visit to Vietnam is to discuss an MoU of inspection signed in 2005 between the the National Assembly-Senate Relations and Inspections Ministry and Vietnam’s General Secretariat of Inspection.
“Both sides will discuss strengthening friendship, cooperation and relations between the nations and exchange experience on inspections, processing complaints from protesters, handling defamation complaints and tackling corruption,” Mr Channarin said.
Mr Channarin said Ms Sam An will also meet with Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.
He added that Ms Sam An was accompanied by Chap Sotharith, a Ministry of National Assembly-Senate Relations and Inspection secretary of state, and Sot Kimsan, an undersecretary of state at the ministry.