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Samdech Thipadei HUN Manet to Pay an Official Visit to Thailand This Week

Samdech Moha Borvor Thiapadei HUN Manet, Prime Minister of Cambodia, and his spouse will pay an official visit to Thailand on Wednesday (Feb. 7), at the invitation of H.E. Srettha Thavisin, Prime Minister of Thailand.

According to a news release of …

Samdech Moha Borvor Thiapadei HUN Manet, Prime Minister of Cambodia, and his spouse will pay an official visit to Thailand on Wednesday (Feb. 7), at the invitation of H.E. Srettha Thavisin, Prime Minister of Thailand. According to a news release of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MFAIC), issued this morning, Samdech Thiapadei HUN Manet and the First Lady will be granted a Royal Audience by His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn Phra Vajiraklaochaoyuhua. During the visit, Samdech Thipadei HUN Manet will also pay separate courtesy calls on leaders of the Thai parliament, including H.E. Prof. Pornpetch Wichitcholchai, President of Senate, and H.E. Wanmuhamadnoor Matha, President of the National Assembly and Speaker of the House of Representatives. Samdech Thipadei HUN Manet and his Thai counterpart will hold talks on bilateral and multilateral cooperation in areas of common interest. Besides, both dignitaries will preside over the signing of numerous documents on bilateral cooper ation. In addition, Samdech Thipadei HUN Manet will deliver opening remarks at a Cambodia-Thailand Business Forum. Samdech Thipadei will be accompanied by H.E. SUN Chanthol, Deputy Prime Minister and First Vice-President of the Council for the Development of Cambodia, H.E. SOK Chenda Sophea, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of MFAIC, along with senior ministers, other ministers, key government officials, and business leaders from the Cambodia Chamber of Commerce. 'The visit is expected to consolidate the enduring ties and traditional bonds of friendship between the two countries, guided by the spirit of their Enhanced Partnership for Peace and Prosperity, bringing mutual benefits for the two people as well as peace, stability, and prosperity for the ASEAN Community and beyond,' underlined the press release. Source: Agence Kampuchea Presse