Cambodia, Japan To Launch Hotline to Protect Japanese Tourists and Businessmen

General Commissariat of National Police (GCNP) and Embassy of Japan in Cambodia have agreed to create a hotline for communication and information exchange to protect the Japanese nationals, including leaders, investors and tourists, in Cambodia.

The agreement was made during a meeting between Gen. Neth Savoeun, National Police Commissioner General, and Ambassador of Japan to Cambodia H.E. Hidehisa Horinouchi, at the GCNP's headquarters on Jan. 18.

On the occasion, Gen. Neth Savoeun lauded the good cooperation between both countries, mainly between GCNP and National Police Agency of Japan on training, fight against terrorism, and so on.

Cambodia also requested the Japanese side to provide more training and technical materials to the National Police.

In reply, H.E. Hidehisa Horinouchi pledged to submit the request to Japanese leaders and thanked GCNP for always paying attention to Japanese nationals in Cambodia.

Source: Agency Kampuchea Press