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Indian Ambassador Maika Jain bids farewell to Cambodia after highly successful mission

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Outgoing Indian Ambassador, Madam Manika Jain (in Saree) with Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Prak Sokhonn (on her left) at the farewell reception held last evening at the Le Royale Hotel. KT/Khem Sovannara

Madam Manika Jain, the Ambassador of the Republic of India bid farewell to senior officials of the Royal Government of Cambodia and Diplomatic Corp in a farewell reception held Monday evening by stating that she was leaving with her mission, to expand and deepen relations between India and Cambodia under the Act East Policy of India largely accomplished.

She said “Almost three years later, as I bid farewell, I am pleased to say that people to people interactions have increased through tourism, education, workshops, conferences and seminars.

Ambassador Pengiran Kasmirhan bin Pengiran Haji Tahir, the Dean of Diplomatic Corps presents a memento to Ambassador Manika Jan. KT/Khem Sovannara

“Many productive outcomes have been achieved through the efforts of the governments and the people of both countries. India and Cambodia have very strong cultural, historical, educational, developmental and people oriented engagement and we are building on our economic and commercial relationship which still has untapped potential.”

Mr. Prak Sokhonn said that relations with India has been historically special and dates back to the early days of Cambodia’s rebirth and that trade, bilateral relations and capacity building has significantly increased during the tenure of Ambassador Manika Jain.

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