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March, 25 2014 08:30:00

Cambodian legislative official visits

Vice Chairwoman of the National Assembly, Tong Thi Phong (R) meets Mean Som An, the Chairwoman of the Cambodian Senate's Committee for Heath, Social Affairs, War Veterans, Youth, Labour, Vocational Training in Ha Noi yesterday.

HA NOI (VNS)— A senior official from the Cambodian Senate wants to increase co-operation between the Vietnamese and Cambodian legislative bodies.

Mean Som An, the Chairwoman of the Cambodian Senate's Committee for Heath, Social Affairs, War Veterans, Youth, Labour, Vocational Training was speaking at a meeting with Vice Chairwoman of the National Assembly, Tong Thi Phong, in Ha Noi yesterday.

The host suggested both sides increase the number of delegations and actively promote ties between the young people of both countries.

Earlier, Mean Som An held talks with the Chairwoman of the NA Committee for Social Affairs, Truong Thi Mai, during which both agreed to increase their work together.

They agreed that co-operation between the two committees had helped deepen the two nations' long-standing and comprehensive relations.

The host and guest shared difficulties and advantages, specifically on gender equality, health insurance, and ways to increase the number of women in parliament.

They also spent time exchanging experiences in realising millennium development goals. — VNS

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