Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen on April 20 started his five-day tour of Azerbaijan and Belarus to enhance bilateral relations with the two countries.

His entourage include Deputy Prime Minister and Secretary of State Sok An, Commerce Minister Sun Chanthol, Central Bank Governor Chea Chanto and other government members as well as a group of businesspeople led by Kith Meng, President of the Cambodia Chamber of Commerce.

During his Azerbaijan visit, PM Hun Sen will hold talks with his counterpart Artur Rasi-zade, sign a Memorandum of Understanding on the Establishment of Bilateral Consultations, and visit an oil refinery.

He will also attend a Cambodia-Azerbaijan business forum which aims to create a chance for enterprises of both sides to explore business and investment opportunities.

In Belarus , PM Hun Sen is to talk with his counterpart Mikhai Myasnikovich and witness the signing of nine documents on bilateral cooperation in economics, trade, investment, banking and finance, military technology, health care, industry, mining, energy and agriculture.

The Cambodian PM will tour an automobile manufacturing plant and attend a business forum there.-VNA