Prime Minister Hun Sen returned to the Kingdom on Saturday (Dec.8) after paying an official visit to Vietnam.
The PM met with Vietnam’s president, Nguyen Phu Trong , and the president of National Assembly, Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan. He also had a fruitful conversation with his Vietnamese counterpart, Premier Nguyen Xuan Phuc.
The two-day visit was rated by Hun Sen as “ … [making] the ties between the two countries better and stronger, with the focus on cooperation in matters of the economy, trade, investments, tourism, education, border security, and other issues of national interest.”
In the course of their encounter, both leaders vowed to enhance cooperation between their countries, and to continue resolving border issues, so that their border regions remain peaceful.
Six documents were countersigned after the meetings, included agreements on transportation, border trade, preferential customs, and the fight against the smuggle of ancient artefacts.