Vietnam Cambodia further coordination in building shared border of peace development

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Vietnam and Cambodia will continue their close coordination to effectively implement legal documents regarding the land border to ensure a shared borderline of friendship, peace, stability, cooperation and sustainable development.

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Vietnamese Permanent Deputy Prime Minister Pham Binh Minh (Photo: VNA)

Vietnam and Cambodia will continue their close coordination to effectively implement legal documents regarding the land border to ensure a shared borderline of friendship, peace, stability, cooperation and sustainable development.

The consensus was reach at the 11th meeting on cooperation and development between border provinces of Vietnam and Cambodia on October 28.

Vietnamese Permanent Deputy Prime Minister Pham Binh Minh, and Cambodian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sar Kheng co-chaired the event that was held in the form of videoconference.

The two sides shared the view that despite impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, Vietnam and Cambodia have maintained the development momentum of bilateral ties. It is worthy of note that they have coordinated and supported each other in the pandemic combat in a timely and effective manner.

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The 11th meeting on cooperation and development between border provinces of Vietnam and Cambodia was held in the form of videoconference. (Photo: VNA)

Remarkable achievements have been recorded in cooperation between central agencies and local authorities of Vietnamese and Cambodian border provinces over the past time, particularly in land border demarcation and marker planting, border and border gate management, and protecting security and order in border areas, they said.

They also highlighted collaboration between organisations and people-to-people exchanges between the border localities.

The two sides agreed to further raise the efficiency of coordination in responding to COVID-19, and were resolved to maintain the bilateral trade growth.

The 12th meeting is scheduled to be held in Vietnam next year./.

Source: VNA

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