Cambodia urges more Australian investments in transport service

PHNOM PENH: Cambodia has asked Australia to attract more investments in transport services in the Phnom Penh capital.

The request was made by , , in a meeting with H.E. Justin Whyatt, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Australia to Cambodia, at the capital hall on Oct. 24.

H.E. Khuong Sreng informed H.E. Justin Whyatt that there are about three million people living and doing business in the capital.

Phnom Penh has approximately 750,000 cars and over 2.2 million motorcycles that cause traffic jams in the capital every day, he said.

The Royal Government of Cambodia is working hard to expand road infrastructure, including flyovers, bridges, and beyond, to address the congestion issue.

H.E. Justin Whyatt spoke highly of the rapid development of Phnom Penh and applauded the good collaboration between Cambodia and Australia in all sectors, especially in the economy, agriculture, police, national defense, and security.

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