Kin Phea, director of the Royal Academy of Cambodia’s International Relations Institute, said that in expressing their positions to each other, the leaders of the two countries have highlighted their commitment to strengthen, expand and enhance relations, with fruitful results and real benefits for the people of both countries. This will make a positive contribution to peace, stability, cooperation, and prosperity in the region and the world.
He said on November 20 that based on historical, geographical, and political factors, strengthened cooperation between the two countries is absolutely indispensable.
“The two countries should continue to live together in peace, with mutual respect for sovereignty, independence, and territorial integrity. They must not interfere in each other’s internal affairs and should resolve issues peacefully.
“Most importantly, they ought to cooperate in all areas of mutual benefit the best they can, as befits the motto of the relationship adopted by the two countries – good neighbourliness, traditional friendship, and comprehensive, sustainable and long-term cooperation,” he told The Post.
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