Cambodia, India Satisfied with Bilateral Relations

Cambodia and India are satisfied with their growing bilateral relations over the years, fostered by the exchange of high-level visits as well as people-to-people interactions.

The satisfaction was made during the courtesy meeting here at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MFAIC) on Oct. 26 between H.E. SOK Chenda Sophea, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of MFAIC, and H.E. Dr. Devyani Uttam Khobragade, Ambassador of India to Cambodia.

According to MFAIC, both sides also reaffirmed their commitment to further strengthen the bonds of friendship and deepen cooperation in various domains for mutual benefits of the two countries, including trade and investment, tourism, defence, and people-to-people ties.

Moreover, they looked forward to the Third Meeting of Joint Commission (JC) between the two Foreign Ministries to be held in the near future in New Delhi so as to review the ongoing collaboration, explore new fields of cooperation and chart a new course of action to further strengthen and broaden the partnership.

On the same day, H.E. SOK Chenda Sophea also received a courtesy call by Mr. Yoshihisa Kainuma, Chairman/CEO of MinebeaMitsumi.

H.E. Deputy Prime Minister thanked the company for its contribution to Cambodia’s economic and social development by providing employment opportunities to Cambodian people and congratulated MinebeaMitsumi on its success in business expansion in Cambodia.