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Sokhonn set for ASEAN Foreign Ministers' Meeting

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Sokhonn set for ASEAN Foreign Ministers' Meeting

Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Prak Sokhonn is set to attend the 54th ASEAN Foreign Ministers’ Meeting (AMM) and other related meetings to be held on August 2-6 via video conference.

According to the foreign ministry's press release on July 30, in addition to the 54th AMM, eight related meetings including the Meeting of the Southeast Asia Nuclear Weapon Free-zone (SEANWFZ) Commission and the 23rd ASEAN Political-Security Community (APSC) Council Meeting will also be held.

“The 54th AMM and Related Meetings will review the progress of Brunei’s deliverables, the implementation of the ASEAN Charter, discuss ways and means to achieve the ASEAN Community Building, promote post-Covid 19 recovery efforts, and enhance external relations to further strengthen ASEAN’s unity and solidarity,” it said.

The meetings will also discuss regional and international issues of common concerns.

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