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January, 03 2014 08:28:00

Cambodian NA chair to visit Viet Nam

Chairman of the Cambodia National Assembly (NA), Heng Samrin (L) and Prime Minister Hun Sen.— VNA/VNS Photo Xuan Khu

HA NOI (VNS) — The Chairman of the Cambodia National Assembly (NA), Heng Samrin, will lead a delegation from the Cambodian legislature on an official visit to Viet Nam on January 4-5.

The visit is made at the invitation of the Vietnamese NA Chairman, Nguyen Sinh Hung, the NA Committee on Foreign Affairs announced yesterday.

During the visit, Chairman Heng Samrin, who is also President of the National Council of the Solidarity Front for the Development of the Cambodian Motherland, and the Cambodian delegation will attend a ceremony to mark the 35th anniversary of the victory in the southwest border defence war and the joint victory of Viet Nam and Cambodia over the Khmer Rouge's genocidal regime (January 7). — VNS

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