Party inspection commission officials visit Cambodia

Phnom Penh (VNA) A high-ranking delegation from the Party Central Committee’s Inspection Commission led by Tran Cam Tu, Secretary of the Party Central Committee and head of the commission, had meetings with the Cambodian National Assembly and Senate leaders and Deputy Prime Minister on January 10.

The delegation met Honorary President of the Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) and Chairman of Cambodia’s National Assembly Heng Samrin; Vice President of the CPP and President of the Cambodia’s Senate Say Chhum; and Deputy Prime Minister Men Sam An.

At the meetings, Tu briefed the hosts on major events in Vietnam and the outcomes of talks between the Vietnamese delegation and the CPP Inspection Commission delegation.

He congratulated Cambodian people on their important achievements in national construction and development, expressing his belief that under the reign of King Norodom Sihamoni and the leadership of the Cambodian National Assembly, Senate, and Government, the Cambodian people will go on to achieve even greater success.

Tu thanked the Cambodian people for their support and warm sentiments towards Vietnam so far, affirming Vietnam’s unrelenting policy of exerting every effort together with the Cambodian side to preserve and promote the traditional friendship, solidarity, and comprehensive cooperation between Vietnam and Cambodia on the foundation of the substantial principles and orientations defined by the two parties and countries.

The Cambodian side conveyed their delight at the great achievements that Vietnam has made during the renewal cause, as well as the working results between the two commissions.

They expressed deep gratitude for Vietnam’s timely and effective help given to Cambodia during its national liberation, saving Cambodian people from the genocidal regime and ending the darkest period in Cambodia’s history and reviving the nation, as well as during its current period of national construction and defence.

The traditional solidarity, friendship, and comprehensive cooperation between Vietnam and Cambodia is a priceless asset shared by both nations that needs to be passed on to the younger generations.

During the visit, Ty and the Vietnamese delegation also burnt incense and laid flowers at the Vietnam-Cambodia Friendship Monument. They worked with the Anti-Corruption Unit of Cambodia and the municipal Party Committee of Phnom Penh, while visiting the Vietnamese Embassy and representatives of the Vietnamese Cambodian Association, as well as Vietnamese investors in Cambodia.�VNA

Source: Vietnam News Agency

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