Cambodia, Japan to Increase Collaboration on Anti Crimes and Terrorism

Cambodia and Japan have assented to increase their collaboration in preventing and combating terrorism and crimes, according to local media report.

The assent was made during recent meeting between National Police Commissioner General H.E. Gen. Neth Savoeun and H.E. Mikami Masahiro, newly appointed Ambassador of Japan to Cambodia here in Phnom Penh.

H.E. Gen. Neth Savoeun shared with the ambassador about robust development in Cambodia, stressing that the Government of Japan is a big contributor to the progress.

The national police commissioner also updated the new Japanese diplomat about the efforts of the Royal Government of Cambodia as well as the General Commissariat of National Police of Cambodia in maintaining the country's security and public order.

He thanked Japan for capacitating Cambodian police officials so far, and extended his deepest condolences to the Government, people and affected population of Japan in relation to the tragedy of natural disaster causing deaths and injuries.

H.E. Mikami Masahiro spoke highly of Cambodia's good progress, especially in sustaining peace and development.

He also thanked to the Royall Government of Cambodia for the protection and facilitation provided to Japanese investors and their businesses in the country.

Source: Agency Kampuchea Press