February, 19 2011
PHNOM PENH — A high-ranking delegation from the Vietnamese Ministry of Public Security (MPS) led by Minister General Le Hong Anh is on a two-day visit to Cambodia which ends today.
The delegation was received by Sar Kheng, deputy prime minister and minister of Interior of Cambodia.
After informing each other of the socio-economic situation of their country, the two ministers signed a co-operation plan for 2011, which aims to strengthen effective measures to combat crime and ensure social order and security as well as support each other in training staff and using technical equipment.
Addressing the signing ceremony, Anh said that co-operative ties between Viet Nam's MPS and Cambodia's relevant agencies had made important progress, which contributed greatly to the political and socio-economic development of both countries.
He also said he hoped the co-operation plan for 2011 would be effectively carried out, contributing to the national construction and development process of each country.
Speaking highly of the outcomes in relations between the two public security forces, Sar Kheng expressed his belief in the successes of bilateral co-operation in the future between the nations.
During the afternoon of the same day, the Vietnamese delegation paid a courtesy visit to Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen. —VNS