Cambodian, Vietnamese inspectorates step up cooperation

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Cambodia is seeking more cooperation with Vietnam in the field of inspections and investigations to upgrade its domestic system from central to local levels, said the Cambodian Minister of National Assembly-Senate Relations and Inspection Sam Kim Suor.

This will help the Cambodian government successfully carry out the second phase of its 2006-2010 strategy for economic development, Ms Kim Suor said while receiving a delegation from the Vietnamese Inspectorate General headed by Vice Inspector General Nguyen Van San.

The Cambodian minister spoke highly of the practical assistance that the Vietnamese Inspectorate General has given its Cambodian counterpart, especially in human resources training.

Both parties also briefed each other on their own country’s political and economic situation, exchanged information on the role inspectors play in helping the government to deal with complaints from citizens, and discussed measures to enhance bilateral cooperation between both countries’ inspectorates.

The Vietnamese delegation was also received by Cambodian Deputy Prime Minister Men Sam An during their stay in Cambodia from July 25-29.


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