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Vietnam ties boosted

Vietnam ties boosted

PRIME Minister Hun Sen has called on Vietnam to increase its support to Cambodia’s military. The request yesterday came during a four-day visit by Vietnamese government officials. Eang Sophalleth, an advisor to the prime minister, said that during the meeting, officials from both countries pledged to promote stronger cooperation in the defense sector and in political affairs. He said Vietnamese General Le Van Dung, director of the general political department of the Vietnamese army, had also promised to train members of the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces.

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