New Cambodian PM to Depart on First State Visit to Thailand

Hun Manet’s scheduled meeting with Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin will focus on economic cooperation and border issues, according to the two governments.

Tomorrow, Cambodia’s new prime minister will pay his first official visit to Thailand since taking the reins of power last year, with economic and border affairs likely to top the bilateral agenda.

In a vague statement yesterday, the Cambodian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that Hun Manet will arrive in Thailand on Wednesday. During the one-day visit, he will meet Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin for talks on “bilateral and multilateral cooperation in areas of common interest” and “preside over the signing of numerous documents on bilateral cooperation.” He will also pay visits to the president of the country’s National Assembly and Senate, and deliver the keynote at a Thailand-Cambodia Business Forum in Bangkok.

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