Cambodia to work with China to develop diamond cooperation

PHNOM PENH: Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Techo , Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia, has confirmed Cambodia's firm stance to collaborate with China to solidify their Diamond Cooperation.

“Given our ironclad friendship, Cambodia stands ready to work closely with China to foster our ‘Diamond Cooperation Framework' and deepen the building of the Community with a Shared Future for the common interests of our countries and our peoples as well as for stability, peace, and development in the region and beyond,” wrote the Cambodian Premier in his separate congratulatory messages to H.E. Xi Jinping on his re-election for the third term as the President of the People's Republic of China, and to H.E. Li Qiang on his appointment as the Premier of the State Council of the People's Republic of China.

“Under Your Excellency's wise leadership, China has made tremendous strides in enhancing the livelihood of the Chinese people and achieved historic multifaceted development in the last several years. I, therefore, have full confidence that Your Excellency will continue to propel China to accomplish more extraordinary achievements and march with confidence toward materializing the Second Centenary goals to become a great modern socialist country by 2049 while playing a more vital role on the international stage for global peace and prosperity,” he told H.E. Xi Jinping.

“Entrusting Your Excellency with this significant and noble position is a clear reflection of the trust and confidence the government, the Communist Party, and the people of China have placed upon Your Excellency. 

I firmly believe that, with Your Excellency's wise leadership and vast experience, China will continue to achieve its long-term development goals, advance the great rejuvenation, and play a more vital role on the international stage,” Samdech Techo Hun Sen said in his message to H.E. Li Qiang. Cambodia and China are celebrating the 65th anniversary of the establishment of long-standing traditional diplomatic relations this year.

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