Prime Minister Hun Sen is scheduled to visit Czech Republic, Hungary, and the Republic of Bulgaria in Europe on Sunday in order to attend meetings and to sign on a number of bilateral cooperation documents.
According to Foreign Affairs Ministry’s press released dated today, the premier will lead a high-level delegation to visit these three countries from 13-17 October.
At the invitation of Prime Minister of the Czech Republic, Andrej Babiš, Mr Hun Sen will pay an official visit to the Czech Republic from 13 to 14 October and pay a courtesy call on Jaroslav Kubera, President of the Senate of the Czech Republic.
Both prime ministers will hold a bilateral meeting during which various aspects of bilateral cooperation will be discussed. The two will also exchange views on regional and international issues of common interest, it said.
Thereafter, they will witness the signing of a number of documents on bilateral cooperation and will hold a joint press announcement.
Mr Hun Sen will attend the Third Budapest Water Summit (3rd BWS), on 15 October in Budapest, Hungary, at the invitation of Hungarian resident János Áder.
Under the motto of “Preventing Water Crises”, the 3rd BWS will provide an opportunity for the leaders and participants to share experience and exchange views on how to overcome the current regional and global challenges in order to achieve inclusive and sustainable growth, particularly on preventing water crises.
The premier has been invited to address the opening session of the Summit focusing on Cambodia’s priorities, strategies, and clear work programmes towards achieving effective and sustainable water resources management and development, it noted.
His remarks will also address the needs for the shared efforts in water security and environmental sustainability, and other challenges such as the trend in global warming, the increase of the world population, and conflicts over trans-boundary water use.
Mr Hun Sen will pay an official visit to the Republic of Bulgaria from 15 to 16 October at the request of Prime Minister Boyko Borissov, and will pay a courtesy call on Rumen Radev, President of the Republic of Bulgaria.
The two leaders will hold official talks, which various bilateral, regional, and international issues of mutual interests and common concerns will be discussed. At the conclusion, the two will witness the signing of a number of bilateral cooperation documents.