Phnom Penh, 30 December 2022 (TDI): The Ambassador of the Russian Federation to the Kingdom of Cambodia, Anatoly Borovik met with the Deputy Prime Minister of Cambodia, Samdech Krolahom Sar Kheng the discuss stronger cooperation issues between their countries.

Anatoly Borovik, met with the Prime Minister in his office when he visited him. During the meeting, both parties discussed critical issues related to cooperation and how to keep it stronger.

The issues ranged from how they can push the agenda for the many areas under the Ministry of the Interior to be able to cooperate well. Under the Ministry of the Interior where most of the day-to-day activities of the country take place is a crucial one.

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They also focused on the economic side of their countries, seeking to ensure that investors of both countries come together to establish a common ground for diplomatic relations.

These two countries have benefited from each other when it comes to economic cooperation. Also, Anatoly Borovik, the Ambassador of Russia to Cambodia, discussed several initiatives with the Prime Minister.

Emphasizing how to promote the tourism sector of their economies and to ensure that people leaving in each of these countries are protected.

There has been consistent development in the various sector of economics between these two countries. The crisis of Russia and its relations with the West has been a great concern for most of its partners and Allies.

Russia has been a great supplier of oil and oil products to most of these countries. Their economic and various sector development has largely depended on the oil sector of Russia.

The Prime Minister assured his gust that, they will work hard to ensure that the benefits both of them receive are kept well protected, again adding that peace and unity bring development to every nation.

Russia-Cambodia relations

It is pertinent to note that, Russia-Cambodia relations have been a long-standing one and are seeking to grow even stronger as the years go by.