Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen’s visit to China is another key milestone in bilateral ties, demonstrating the two countries’ long-standing and strong relations, experts say.
Hun Sen’s visit is important because this year marks the 65th anniversary of bilateral ties and the China-Cambodia Friendship Year, said Chheang Vannarith, president of the think tank Asian Vision Institute in Phnom Penh.
“(It is) the first foreign leader’s visit to China after Chinese New Year,” Chheang told China Daily, noting that Hun Sen’s visit will open a new chapter in bilateral relations.
Leading a high-level delegation, Hun Sen arrived in China on Thursday to begin a three-day official visit.
The visit to China will offer both governments an opportunity to advance their comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership and deepen the building of the China-Cambodia community with a shared future for the mutual benefit of the two peoples and nations, said a post on Hun Sen’s official Facebook page on Thursday.
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