Indian Ambassador Bids Farewell to Samdech Say Chhum

AKP Phnom Penh, May 18, 2017 �

Outgoing Ambassador of India to Cambodia H.E. Naveen Srivastava paid a farewell visit to Cambodian President of Senate, Samdech Vibol Sena Pheakdei Say Chhum, at the Senate Palace on May 16.

On the occasion, Samdech Say Chhum spoke highly of H.E. Naveen Srivastava's diplomatic mission in Cambodia, which contributed importantly to strengthening and expanding the friendship and cooperation in all sectors between the two peoples and countries.

The senate president took the opportunity to thank India for her support to the development of Cambodia, especially to human resource development, ancient temple restoration, and the Khmer Rouge Tribunal.

For his part, H.E. Naveen Srivastava lauded the good cooperation and relationship between the two governments as well as between the two legislative bodies.

The Government of India will continue providing scholarships to officials of the Senate General Secretariat to study in India, affirmed the outgoing Indian ambassador, expressing his government's support to the Royal Government of Cambodia's efforts in organising the upcoming commune/Sangkat council election and general election in peace and stability.

Source: Agency Kampuchea Press

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