Cambodia-Japan cooperation on cadastral and housing affairs: seeking smart development and investment

Key Highlights:

  • Cambodia extends an invitation to Japanese businesses for deeper collaboration in land management, housing, and smart city development.
  • Deputy Prime Minister Say Sam Al emphasizes Cambodia's attractive investment climate for Japanese companies.
  • The 4th Public-Private Platform underscores the importance of cadastral and housing initiatives in line with Cambodia's vision for universal decent housing.
  • Key stakeholders from Cambodia and Japan participate in the forum, demonstrating robust ties and shared commitment to Cambodia's development.
  • Cambodia expressed a desire for continued collaboration with Japan in cadastral and housing initiatives during a meeting with Japan's Deputy Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport, and Tourism.
  • Cambodia acknowledges Japan's pivotal role and seeks to leverage Japanese expertise in areas like cadastral mapping and technology-driven urban development for sustainable growth.

PHNOM PENH: Cambodia has reached out to its Japanese allies, seeking deeper collaboration on crucial areas like land management, housing, and smart city development.

Deputy Prime Minister Say Sam Al extended an invitation to Japanese businesses and companies, urging them to leverage Cambodia's attractive investment climate and contribute to the nation's economic growth.

During the 4th Public-Private Platform for “Urban Development, , held recently, the Deputy Prime Minister emphasized the importance of cadastral and housing initiatives. He expressed Cambodia's eagerness to partner with Japan in these fields, aligning with the Royal Government's vision of ensuring decent housing for all citizens.

The forum brought together key stakeholders, including Cambodia's Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning , and Japan's Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, alongside representatives from various Cambodian business associations and investors. This gathering signifies the robust ties between the two nations and their shared commitment to Cambodia's continued development.

In a separate meeting with Japan's Deputy Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, Mr. Ishibashi Rintaro, Deputy Prime Minister Say Sam Al reiterated Cambodia's desire for continued collaboration in cadastral and housing initiatives.

This renewed call to action underscores Cambodia's determination to improve the lives of its citizens and build a brighter future through smart, sustainable development.

Cambodia acknowledges Japan's pivotal role in its journey towards peace and reconstruction. Japan's contributions extend beyond financial aid, encompassing infrastructure projects like National Road 5, which fosters regional connectivity. Cambodia seeks to build upon this strong foundation and leverage Japanese expertise in areas like cadastral mapping and technology-driven urban development to unlock its full potential.

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