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Cambodia and Malaysia meet

Cambodia and Malaysia meet

Bilateral relations between Cambodia and Malaysia were strengthened through the Second

Meeting of the Joint Commission for Bilateral Cooperation in Siem Reap on June 26-27.

Hor Namhong, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation in Cambodia,

and Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar, Minister of Foreign Affairs in Malaysia led their

delegations to the two-day meeting.

Both countries agreed on the need to identify possible areas of collaboration and

Cambodia reaffirmed the support for Malaysian investors in Cambodia.

They also discussed the provision by Malaysia of used railway tracks for the construction

of the missing link between Poipet and Sisophon, as part of the Singapore-Kunming

Rail Link (SKRL).

They decided a third meeting would be held in Malaysia in 2008. The first meeting

was in 2005.

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