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New Memorandum of Understanding Strengthens Regional Cooperation

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In a significant move toward bolstering regional solidarity and friendship, three pivotal national organizations have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) aimed at cultivating stronger ties over the next four years, up to 2027. This historic agreement involves the Solidary Front for the Development of Cambodia Motherland (SFDCM), the Central Committee of the Lao Front for National Construction (LFNC), and the Vietnam Fatherland Front Central Committee (VFF).

During an official meeting that marked the fifth convening of these entities, discussions were held to appraise each organization’s advancements and to exchange insights garnered from their respective journeys towards development. Men Sam An, the president of the SFDCM and vice-president of the Cambodian People’s Party (CPP), revealed that the gathering was highly productive, culminating in the unanimous decision to continue collaborative efforts through the new MoU for the period of 2024-2027.

This agreement was announced following a delegation led by Sam An to the three-country Front Meeting held in Vientiane, Laos. She emphasized the critical role of public education in consolidating the unique relationships among Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam. This, she believes, is key to further solidifying the bond of unity and camaraderie among the nations.

The outcomes of this meeting underscored a shared commitment to escalate development initiatives and enhance communication strategies that illuminate the mutual benefits arising from this trilateral partnership. Such efforts aim to heighten awareness and foster a collective sense of accountability and integrity towards nurturing longstanding friendships and cooperation.

An aspect highlighted was the need to maintain regular cross-visits and to organize meetings focused on the promotion of peaceful border regions, friendship, and collaborative development aims. Special attention was directed towards engaging the younger population and preserving the rich heritage of solidarity among the Cambodian, Lao, and Vietnamese people, alongside addressing border and territorial concerns.

In parallel discussions, President Thongloun Sisoulith and Prime Minister Sonexay Siphandon of Laos engaged with the SFDCM leadership to reaffirm the enduring connections established by past generations of leaders from both countries. Despite current economic challenges, Laos remains committed to implementing policies to navigate these hurdles successfully.

President Sisoulith extended a warm welcome to the Cambodian delegation, regarding their visit as a crucial step in deepening bilateral cooperation across various sectors. He also conveyed congratulatory wishes to Hun Sen, CPP’s president, for his recent election as President of the Senate, expressing optimism for the smooth conduct of future electoral processes in both nations. Sisoulith concluded by lauding the outcomes of the trilateral dialogue and extending New Year greetings to the Cambodian delegates, underscoring a spirit of camaraderie and mutual respect that is expected to guide these nations towards a future marked by increased cooperation and shared prosperity.

Source: Khmer Times

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