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Viet Nam, Cambodia vow stronger ties
Publication Date : 22-05-2012
Viet Nam and Cambodia have agreed to promote friendly cooperation between their two armies in the fields of human resource training, search and rescue, and building a border of peace, cooperation, friendship and development.
Commander-in-Chief of the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces Pol Saroun informed his host, Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung in Ha Noi yesterday of his working results with leaders of the Vietnamese Ministry of National Defence and the Chief of the General Staff of the Viet Nam People's Army.
Saroun said he hoped the Vietnamese Government would facilitate the two armies' co-operation in the future.
PM Dung said Viet Nam would do its utmost to continue deepening co-operation with Cambodia in a practical and effective manner.
Dung also asked the two armies to promote co-operation between military units in localities sharing a common border, and work closely together in joint patrol activities at sea, as well as in building and developing armed forces.