Thai Ambassador to the Kingdom of Cambodia says The Thai Embassy in Cambodia worked with Thai companies in Cambodia, advising them not to raise prices in Cambodia and working With these companies, they have to share products such as branded hygiene kits to help prevent the spread of HIV / AIDS in Cambodia.

Cambodia's Prime Minister Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo Hun Sen (R) meets here this morning with visiting HE Panyarak Poolthup. Thai Ambassador to the Kingdom of Cambodia

During the meeting, HE Pan Yarak expressed his deepest condolences to Samdech Techo, Take concrete steps to prevent the HIV epidemic in Cambodia.

He emphasized that the measures introduced by the Royal Government are effective and prevent the spread of disease in Cambodia.

He also reported on the activities of the Thai Embassy in Cambodia and how he worked with Thai companies in Cambodia. Do not allow companies to raise prices in Cambodia and work with them to share items such as branded hygiene equipment to Contribute to the prevention of the HIV epidemic 19 in Cambodia.

In particular, he also advised and worked with all Thai companies respecting all measures taken by the Ministry of Health. On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Cambodia and Thailand, he also presented 2 million baht to the prince. He contributes to the fight against the disease in Cambodia 19.

Samdech Prime Minister also thanked the Thai Embassy's involvement in the fight against the Embassy's covid-19 disease of the Thai people and the Royal Government of Cambodia with Cambodia. .

"It is a reflection of the solidarity between Cambodia and Thailand as well as the Cambodian people and the Thai people," he said. The Prime Minister highly appreciated the measures the Royal Thai Government has put in place to curb the fight against the disease. "The measures put forward by the Thai government are realistic," he said. In this sense, he says, as a testimony, the Cambodian people have crossed the Thai border to Cambodia, we have over 90,000 people, and they have no No one has infected or brought in any of the 19 polio infections in Cambodia. In that sense, the Prime Minister says this is a reflection that Thailand is not a virus-infected country.

Samdech Techo Hun Sen also informed the Thai Ambassador that the Ambassador of Thailand has recently called and worked with Thailand. Cambodians living in Thailand must comply with the Thai government's policy of prevention The spread and fight of the Ivory Coast 19. The prince also told the Thai ambassador that Cambodia today decided to: Cambodian nationals who hold Cambodian passports who return to Cambodia do not need a health certificate from their country of residence Cambodia departs but must follow the guidelines of the Ministry of Health when it returns to Cambodia.

Samdech Techo reiterated his support for the Thai government, the people of Thailand and the Thai Embassy, ​​and he also said that Now is the time for us to unite in the fight against this disease, a war with shady enemies.

By: Kolab