Vietnam pledges to help Cambodia in drug control
Deputy PM Truong Vinh Trong, who is on a four-day working visit to Cambodia from September 21, made the pledge while holding talks with his Cambodian counterpart Ke Kim Yan, who is also the Chairman of the Cambodian National Steering Committee for Drug Prevention and Control.
is prepared to meet any requests by Vietnam to help it prevent and combat drugs, including sending Vietnamese experts to Cambodia to build detoxification centres in Kampong Speu, Kampong Cham and Cambodia and providing medical equipment and Vietnamese-produced medicine to help drug addicts kick off their habits.
Phnom Penh ’s pledge to engage in information exchange with Vietnam to combat drug-related crimes in the national and international framework as well as boost bilateral cooperation among border guards.
Cambodia ’s assistance in enhancing the capacity of Vietnam ’s drug prevention and control agencies. The suggestion completely conforms with the Memorandum of Understanding on the issue signed by the two countries in 1998, he added.
Cambodia for its assistance to Vietnam in organising training courses on techniques and tactics to investigate drug crimes including methods of analysis and drug testing.
Hanoi medicine made in Cambodia worth around 15,000 USD for drug addiction treatment.
Vietnam ’s strong socio-economic development and the prosperous cooperation between Vietnam and Vietnam , especially in drug, prostitution and HIV/AIDS prevention and control.
Cambodia , Deputy PM Trong visited some detoxification centres in Cambodia . He is expected to visit Sihanouk province on September 23./.(VNA)
Deputy PM Trong affirmed
The Deputy PM also praised the five-point suggestion by Cambodian Deputy PM Ke Kim Yan, which aims to strengthen joint efforts by the two countries in preventing and combating drugs and to increase
For his part, Deputy PM Ke Kim Yan thanked
The Cambodian Deputy PM also revealed that a concrete plan for training human resources is expected to be signed by the two sides in November at the bilateral ministerial conference on drug prevention and control in
After talks with Deputy PM Ke Kim Yan, Deputy PM Trong presented to
Previously, on September 21, the Vietnamese Deputy PM held talks with Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen. At the talks, PM Hun Sen expressed his delight at
During his stay in