Senate President Receives New Indian and Vietnamese Ambassadors

Newly appointed ambassadors of India and Vietnam paid here yesterday at the Senate Palace separate courtesy calls on Samdech Vibol Sena Pheakdei Say Chhum, President of the Senate.

Samdech Say Chhum warmly welcomed the two new diplomats' mission in the Kingdom, through which, he believed, the ties of friendship and cooperation between Cambodia-India and Cambodia-Vietnam will be further tightened.

Indian Ambassador H.E. Ms. Manika Jain recalled the historical relations between both nations as well as the recent fruitful visit of Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo Hun Sen to India, while Samdech Say Chhum sought continued support from the Indian side to the training of Senate General Secretariat's officials in India in the areas of IT, international relations, English and so on.

During the courtesy meeting with Ambassador of Vietnam to Cambodia H.E. Vu Quang Minh, Samdech Say Chhum affirmed to be ready to cooperate closely with the new diplomat for the interests of the two peoples and countries.

After the meeting, the senate president presided over the handover-receiving ceremony of office supplies � 60 desktop computers, 30 laptops, 60 printers, 8 photocopiers worth more than US$100,000 � donated by the National Assembly of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam to the Senate of the Kingdom of Cambodia.

ource: Agency Kampuchea Press