Phnom Penh: Representatives from the US met separately With Deputy Prime Minister Prak Sokhon and with Deputy Prime Minister Tea Banh, they affirmed the United States' strong commitment to the Cambodian people and their concerns. Their issue on human rights, democracy, democracy and sovereignty in Cambodia.
The US Embassy in Phnom Penh on January 22 said that this week the US ambassador and embassy in the capital Phnom Penh Has Been Happy to host Three Members of Parliament to Visit Cambodia as Delegation of Political Party Two in Congress to study the facts Cambodia will help the United States strengthen its commitment in Southeast Asia.
Delegates include Seth Moulton, a congressional representative from Massachusetts, and Republican Senator Jim Banks of Indiana. Who is both a member of the House Armed Services Committee) and Republican Ron Estes of the Kansas Republican Party (as Member of the Means Committee responsible for the work F) Trade and professional staff from the House of Representatives.
US House of Representatives meets January 22 with Deputy Prime Minister Prak Sokhon and Minister of Foreign Affairs Deputy Prime Minister Tea Banh, Minister of Defense, in which they reiterated the United States' strong commitment to the Cambodian people and their concerns. Their sovereign rights, democracy in Cambodia. "We are proud of the two political parties in the United States," they said. We have two major political parties in our legislative body. We do not always agree on issues, but we do agree on major issues in the region and their aims. We are close to this region. ” "We believe in a prosperous, democratic and sovereign Cambodia, and we will share what we can." Find out here, with our colleagues and the executive leadership of Washington. ”
Deputy Prime Minister Prak Sokhon, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, said that Cambodia does not intend to regard any country as an enemy, rather than trying to do so. Good relations with other countries around the world.
The Cambodian diplomat made this statement on Wednesday afternoon, January 22, 2020, on the occasion of meeting with a delegation of US congressmen at the Ministry of Commerce. . According to Koy Kuong, spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.
"The Deputy Prime Minister has stated that we do not intend to treat any country as an enemy, it is the intention to create You keep friends and grow friends, so try to have good relationships with all the countries around the world. "
The Deputy Prime Minister thanked the United States for providing the GSP with us and our assistance. Also. For Seth Wilbur Moulton, president of the US House of Representatives, the US always respects Cambodia's sovereignty.
"The United States has expressed its commitment to improve this relationship, with the United States respecting Cambodia's sovereignty," he said. By: Kolab