Today the delegates of the Cambodian Parliament, consisting of the members from the National Assembly and Senate, led by Second Vice-President of the National Assembly the Honourable Khuon Sudary, will depart to attend the 141st Assembly of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) in Belgrade from October 13 to 17.
Cambodia’s parliamentary diplomacy has attracted public attention, especially since early this year, as leaders of the National Assembly have taken a more active international role in promoting parliamentary dialogues and consultation on regional and global issues of common concern.
Parliamentary diplomacy is relatively new to Cambodia and recently it has gained traction. Under the strategic vision of “reforming at home and making friends abroad based on independence”, Cambodia’s foreign policy is set to be more robust, smart and flexible.
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The two-day Praying Ceremony for Happiness to the Kingdom of Cambodia.
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