Interior Minister Sar Kheng asked the Korean National Police Agency, also known as the Korean National Police (KNP), to train the Cambodian police in combating terrorism, cybercrimes, cross-border crime and drug trafficking, as well as in protest management.
At their meeting on May 1, Minister Kheng also asked NKP Commissioner General Min Gap Ryong to help out with some technical equipment for traffic management.
General Gap Ryong approved the requests and will invite Cambodia’s police chief to the 21st ASEAN-Republic of Korea Summit (October 23, 2019).
On May 2, Sar Kheng spoke with Jin Yong, Korean Minister of Interior and Security, who expressed his commitment to support the continuation of cooperation with Cambodia in the fields of public administration and security.
On the last day of his visit to Korea Minister Kheng visited Korea’s e-government centre and met with the head of the city administration to find out more about Korean local administration systems before.
Sar Kheng’s visit to South Korea from April 30 to May 3 was, in his own words, aimed at exploring the country’s government reform structures in order to deliver effective public services to the Cambodian people.