Cambodian Delegation Attends Infrastructure Forum in Macau, Showcases Development Progress

: A Cambodian delegation led by His Excellency Ros Vanna, Secretary of State of the Ministry of Public Works and Transport, participated in the 15th International Infrastructure Innovation Investment and Construction Forum (IIICF) held in Macau, China, on Wednesday, June 19th, 2024.

The forum served as a platform to connect foreign investors with Cambodia's growing infrastructure sector. The delegation, which included the Undersecretary of State, presented on the country's significant progress in various public sectors, including transportation infrastructure, sanitation infrastructure, solid waste and wastewater treatment systems, and the National Logistics Master Plan.

The Royal Government is studying and planning 202 support projects in support of the aforementioned 05 action plans, 12 of which are for air transport development, 67 for waterway-maritime transport and port development, 11 for railway transport development, and 112 for Multi Growth Pole, Economic Corridor, National Integration, and Rural Socio-Economic development. This ambitious plan highlights the Cambodian government's commitment to enhancing connectivity and fostering economic growth throughout the country.

Beyond infrastructure development, Cambodia is also taking strides towards sustainable waste management. The establishment of a National Committee for Municipal Solid Waste Management, led by the Minister of Environment, signifies a commitment to developing and implementing policies and strategies for converting waste into energy.

This committee will comprise representatives from relevant ministries and non-ministerial bodies, working collaboratively to achieve this goal.

By showcasing its development progress and commitment to sustainable practices, Cambodia aims to attract foreign investors seeking opportunities in a growing and dynamic .

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