Source: VOV
An Giang (VNA) – Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung and his Cambodian counterpart Hun Sen attended an inaugural ceremony of border marker No.275 in the southern province of An Giang’s Tinh Bien district on December 26.

Earlier on the same day, the two leaders participated in a similar event to inaugurate border marker No.30 and the road connecting two checkpoints of the Le Thanh-O Za Dao international border gate in Duc Co district in the Central Highlands province of Gia Lai.

With markers No.30 and No.275, the two countries finished defining and building all key markers at 10 international border gate pairs along the two countries’ borderline.

The inauguration of the two border markers is of significance as it affirms the soundness of the nations’ border demarcation and marker planting as well as their leaders and people’s determination to complete the work soon, thus contributing to consolidating and enhancing the bilateral time-honoured friendship.

Vietnam and Cambodia share a borderline of 1,137km, which goes through 10 Vietnamese provinces and nine provinces of Cambodia.

Marker No. 275 is planted at the Tinh Bien – Phnom Den international border gate in Xuan To commune, Tinh Bien district.-VNA