Politburo member and Permanent member of the Party Central Committee’s Secretariat Tran Quoc Vuong hosted a reception for a Cambodian high-ranking delegation led by Permanent member of the Standing Board of the Cambodian People’s Party Central Committee Tep Ngorn in Hanoi on November 1.
During the reception, Tep Ngorn congratulated Vietnam on its important achievements in the recent past, expressing his belief that under the leadership of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV), Vietnamese people will gain greater achievements.
He highlighted the increasingly fruitful development of the long-lasting relations of fine neibourliness, traditional friendship and comprehensive cooperation between Vietnam and Cambodia, saying that it contributes to maintaining peace, stability, cooperation and development in the region and the world.
Tep Ngorn, who is also the second Vice President of the Cambodian Senate, affirmed that his country will continue to closely coordinate with Vietnam to effectively implement treaties, agreements signed between the two nations.
Vuong said the first-class Friendship Order of the State of Cambodia presented to the Commission for External Relations of the CPV at a ceremony to mark its 70th traditional day also on November 1 is a recognition of outstanding achievements and great contributions of the commission in strengthening the friendship and solidarity between the two countries.
He spotlighted the role and contributions of the commission to reinforcing and strengthening relations with neigbouring and regional countries, important partners and traditional friends like Cambodia.
The official underlined the significance of the signing of two legal documents to acknowledge the completion of 84 percent of the land border between the two countries, as well as the bilateral cooperation in recent times, expressing his hope that the two sides will continue to expand cooperation, share information and experience, and work closely to effectively implement the agreements they have reached.
Vietnam always prioritise developing the Vietnam-Cambodia relations, considering this as a valuable asset of the two nations, he affirmed.
Vuong expressed his hope that the Cambodian Senate, National Assembly and Government will continue to create favourable conditions for Vietnamese businesses operating in Cambodia, and overseas Vietnamese living and working in the country.