Prime Minister Hun Manet of Cambodia is slated for a diplomatic visit to Thailand on February 7, aimed at discussing avenues of bilateral and multilateral cooperation with his Thai counterpart, Srettha Thavisin, as announced by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation on February 5.
During his visit, Prime Minister Manet will be honored with a Royal Audience by King Maha Vajiralongkorn. Additionally, meetings are scheduled with the president of the Thai Senate and the speaker of Thailand’s National Assembly, further underscoring the significance of this diplomatic engagement.
The highlight of the visit includes the anticipated signing of several documents aimed at bolstering bilateral cooperation between the two neighboring nations. In a notable engagement, Prime Minister Manet is set to deliver opening remarks at the Cambodia-Thailand Business Forum in Bangkok, signifying the importance of economic ties in the diplomatic discourse.
The ministry’s press release emphasized the visit’s role in strengthening the longstanding and cordial relations between Cambodia and Thailand. This relationship is anchored in their shared commitment to an Enhanced Partnership for Peace and Prosperity, which seeks to yield reciprocal benefits for the peoples of both nations while contributing to the broader goals of peace, stability, and prosperity within the ASEAN region and beyond.
Source: Phnompenh Post