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Samdech Techo Hun Sen Welcomes Cuban Ambassador in Cambodia

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On a pleasant Wednesday morning, June 5th, the Senate of Cambodia housed an esteemed meeting where its President, Samdech Techo Hun Sen, welcomed the Cuban Ambassador to Cambodia, Milena Caridad Zaldivar Piedra. This courtesy call underscored the warmth and the continuing diplomatic engagement between Cambodia and Cuba.

The meeting began with formal greetings and quickly transitioned into a constructive dialogue regarding various aspects of bilateral relationships that have tied the two nations over the years. The presence of Ambassador Zaldivar Piedra at the Senate is a clear indication of the ongoing commitment and mutual respect that characterizes the relationship between Cambodia and Cuba.

During the conversation, Samdech Techo Hun Sen expressed his gratitude towards Cuba for its long-standing friendship and supportive gestures in various forms throughout the years. He highlighted how Cambodia values the shared connections and insights with Cuba, especially in fields such as education, healthcare, and biotechnology, where Cuba has made significant global achievements.

The discussion also ventured into potential areas where both nations could cooperate more intensively. Acknowledging the challenges posed by global changes and regional dynamics, both figures discussed strategies to bolster agricultural developments, healthcare advancements, and educational exchanges. Such initiatives are aimed at enhancing the livelihoods of their people while ensuring sustainable development in their respective countries.

Ambassador Zaldivar Piedra reciprocated the sentiments, emphasizing Cuba’s appreciation for Cambodia’s solidarity in various international platforms. She discussed Cuba’s willingness to enhance cooperation in scientific research and healthcare, areas in which Cuba has profound expertise and innovations that could benefit Cambodia.

Moreover, the meeting addressed ways to invigorate trade and economic ties, recognizing that there is vast potential to explore new avenues for cooperation that would yield mutual benefits. Discussions also touched on cultural exchanges that could strengthen people-to-people connections, fostering a deeper understanding and appreciation of each nation’s heritage and contemporary dynamism.

As the meeting drew to a close, both parties reaffirmed their commitment to not only continue but also to deepen the dialogue and collaboration across a range of sectors. They agreed that strengthening bilateral ties would contribute to the development agendas of both nations while also reinforcing their positions in the global arena.

Ambassador Zaldivar Piedra’s visit to the Senate marks another milestone in the Cambodia-Cuba relationship, promising a continuation of collaboration and mutual support that will span across various domains, benefiting both nations and their peoples.

Source: Fresh News

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