Japan pledges to expend cooperation with Cambodia

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Japanese ambassador Mikami Masahiro and General Hun Manet. CAF

New Japanese ambassador Mikami Masahiro has pledged to continue strengthening and expanding cooperation with government to maintain the Kingdom’s peace and stability.

Ambassador Masahiro on Friday evening paid a courtesy call on General Hun Manet, deputy commander in chief of the Cambodian Armed Forces.

According to the meeting minutes, Ambassador Masahiro lauded the Kingdom’s development and peace, hoping that the country will continue to progress and its people enjoy peaceful lives.

“Ambassador Masahiro said Japan will continue to strengthen and enhance cooperation with Cambodia in order to preserve peace and social stability, as part of the development,” it said.

Gen. Manet expressed his gratitude to Japanese government for its numerous support, including assistance in last year’s general election.

“Gen. Manet also recognized Japan’s support for the Kingdom’s infrastructure, building human resource and increasing the country’s economy,” it said. “Gen. Manet also thanked Japan for backing Cambodia’s democracy and cooperation of both counties’ armed forces.”

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