Vietnamese, Cambodian fronts boost cooperation hinh anh 1At the talks (Source: VNA)

Phnom Penh (VNA) - Nhem Valy, Permanent Vice Chairman of the National Council of the Solidarity for the Development of Cambodian Motherland, has highly valued efforts made by the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) in building a peaceful and friendship borderline between the two countries.

Speaking at the talks between the two fronts’ delegations in Phnom Penh on May 31, Nhem Valy affirmed his country’s front also made contributions to the stability along the shared border between the two countries, and to implementing the Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation between the fronts of Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.

According to the Cambodian official, the two fronts have worked with the Vietnamese Ministry of Defence to repair and upgrade the Cambodia-Vietnam Friendship Monuments in Cambodia.

With the active assistance provided by the Vietnamese side, Cambodia has completed the upgrade and construction of the monument of this kind in 10 provinces, he said.

For his part, Vice Chairman of the VFF Central Committee Hau A Lenh urged the two sides to roll out plans to effectively implement the Joint Statement on building the Vietnam-Cambodia border signed at the 5th international conference on building Vietnam-Cambodia border of peace, friendship, cooperation and development in Cambodia in 2017.

He asked the two sides to continue promoting communication activities to raise public awareness of the significance of nurturing bilateral relationship.

The fronts need to further enhance the exchange of delegations at all levels, he stressed.
The officials emphasized the necessity for the two sides to continue their coordination in well performing above-mentioned works in the coming time, contributing to deepening their cooperation. -VNA