Phnom Penh: General Kith Chantharith said The Department of Immigration allows 130 Indians who had been stranded in Cambodia due to the Kovi-19 disease to return to the country. India plans to send special aircraft.

On the afternoon of June 16, 2020, HE Gen. Kirt Chantharith, Director General of Immigration, allowed Mr. A.S. Bhatti, the second secretary in charge of consular affairs, and Mr. B. Subba Rao in charge of political affairs at the Indian embassy were courtesy and discussed.

After his introduction, the representative of the Indian Embassy requested the coordination of the General Department of Immigration to assist the 130 Indian nationals who had obtained Killed in Cambodia due to Ivory Coast 19 to return to India, scheduled to deliver special plane The embassy also informed that the embassy has already submitted the proposal to the Ministry of Interior.

In response, HE Gen. Miguel agreed in principle to facilitate the above request upon approval of management. Ministry of Interior.

On the occasion, the Indian side was ready to provide training courses for Cambodian immigration police officers if needed.

At the same time, the Deputy Prime Minister requested the Indian side to open IT training courses for immigration police officers. Cambodia too
By: Kolab