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Argentina preparing cooperative roadmap with Cambodia

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Chum Sounry (centre in left line) Argentinian counterpart on May 11 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. MFAIC

Argentina preparing cooperative roadmap with Cambodia

Senior officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation held recent bilateral cooperative talks with their Argentinian counterparts. The talks concluded with both sides agreeing to prepare a roadmap to advance cooperation in several fields.

A May 18 ministry press release described how ministry secretary of state Chum Sounry met with Claudio Javier Rozencwaig, undersecretary for foreign policy of the Argentinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Trade and Worship, on May 11 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

“Both sides exchanged information on the political and economic developments in each country and discussed cooperation in the bilateral framework and the multilateral platform.

“They shared their common goal of building bilateral relations through three pillars, namely political relations, economic ties and technical cooperation,” added the statement.

The two sides also discussed the cooperation in the international arena and exchanged views on regional and international issues of common interests.


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