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Cambodia-Vietnam relations satisfactory

Cambodia-Vietnam relations satisfactory

Cambodia and Vietnam are satisfied with the state of bilateral relations,

officials from both countries said after high-ranking talks. The comments came

after a meeting of a Vietnamese National Assembly delegation, led by Chairman

Nguyen Phu Trong, and a Cambodian parliamentary delegation led by National

Assembly president Heng Samrin. After the meeting Trong and Samrin signed an

agreement between the two legislative bodies to strengthen bilateral



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