Cambodian PM thanks Japan for infrastructure development support

PHNOM PENH: Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Moha Borvor Thipadei Hun Manet this morning expressed his gratitude to the Japanese government and people for their support for different infrastructure development projects in .

Addressing the inauguration ceremony of Cheung Aek Sewage Treatment Plant, Samdech Thipadei Hun Manet said in nearly 4 months, he and H.E. Atsushi Ueno, Ambassador of Japan to Cambodia, presided over the inauguration ceremony of three important projects out of more than 70 projects funded by Japan.

The Cambodian Premier expressed his hope that cooperation will be further enhanced in the coming years.

“Only three days left we will finish our joyfulness of the 70th anniversary of our two nations' relations, but we also can say only three days left we will start the new chapter of our cooperation,” he underlined.

Samdech Thipadei Hun Manet said Cambodia and Japan will further build strategic cooperation to strengthen the economic connectivity between both countries.

For his part, H.E. Atsushi Ueno also expressed his optimism over the future of cooperation between Cambodia and Japan.

H.E. Atsushi Ueno said Japan will continue to work with the Royal Government of Cambodia for further development of the Cambodia-Japan relationship.

The Cheung Aek Sewage Treatment Plant was constructed under Japan's grant aid in Sangkat Chak Ang-re Krom, Khan Meanchey, with a capacity of treating 5,000 cubic meters of wastewater per day.

Director of the Department of Public Works and Transport of Phnom Penh Mr. Sam Piseth said recently that this sewage treatment plant is capable of pumping 468 cubic metres per hour to send the wastewater to the Boeung Trabek Pumping Station.

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