Hanoi (VNA) –
The Vietnamese National Assembly will closely cooperate with the National
Assembly and Senate of Cambodia to further expand and improve the efficiency of
collaboration between the two governments as well as the two legislatures at
regional and international parliamentary forums, the top legislator has said.
NA Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan (right) and Second Vice President of the
Cambodian NA Khuon Sudary (Photo: VNA)
reception for Second Vice President of the Cambodian NA Khuon Sudary in Hanoi on
March 22, NA Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan said the two sides will work
together to supervise the implementation of international treaties and
agreements signed by the two governments to help effectively realise their
legislatures will exchange experience in gender equality-related affairs,
including issues regarding female NA deputies, she said, adding that young
parliamentarians will also share their expertise in the time ahead.
Chairwoman congratulated Cambodia on its successful organisation of the general
election in 2018, and the Cambodian NA on its successful hosting of the 27th
Annual Meeting of the Asia-Pacific Parliamentary Forum (APPF-27) in Siem Reap in
early 2019, contributing to raising the country’s position in the international
suggested that Vietnam and Cambodia should closely coordinate with each other
when Vietnam assumes the ASEAN Chairmanship, and Cambodia hosts the 13th
Asia-Europe Meeting in 2020.
stressed that the Vietnamese legislature and people are delighted at the great,
comprehensive achievements the Cambodian people have reaped over the past years.
reply, Khuon Sudary said Cambodia is making concerted efforts to step up
national development to bring prosperity and wealthy to its people.
always keeps in mind the great support of the Vietnamese people during the past
struggle against the Pol Pot genocidal regime, helping the country revive and
develop, she said.
described the state visit to Cambodia by General Secretary of the Communist
Party of Vietnam Central Committee and President Nguyen Phu Trong last month as
a manifestation of the continuous development of the traditional bilateral ties.
Cambodian NA will pay more attention to and create more favourable conditions
for Vietnamese-Cambodians to live in the country and contribute to local
socio-economic development, while ensuring their legal status, she said.Both
leaders applauded the outcomes of the border demarcation and marker planting,
which have completed about 84 percent of the workload.
said the two sides need to make greater efforts to soon fulfill the task.
urged competent agencies of the two countries to closely coordinate with each
other in order to ensure quality and efficiency of the works which are presented
by the Vietnamese Party, State and people to the Cambodian NA’s Secretariat and