Cambodian PM To Talk Oil, Defence In India On July 8-11

Phnom Penh: Cambodian Prime Minister Hun SenIn order to strengthen economic and energy ties, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen left for India on Sunday.

India and Cambodia are expected to sign up various accords, including one in the area of oil and natural gas.

According to an official press release, during his visit to India, Hun Sen will meet with Indian President Abdul Kalam and also hold official discussions with his counterpart Manmohan Singh.

The release said that both sides will sign up a contract on the shift of the condemned persons, a MoU on foreign office consultation, a contract on defense cooperation, a MoU in the field of water resource management, a MoU on collaboration and technical aid between the National Petroleum Authority of Cambodia and the Oil and Natural Gas Commission of India, and a work plan under MoU on agriculture cooperation for 2007 and 2008.

Cambodian Foreign Minister Hor Namhong, Defense Minister Tea Banh and Commerce Minister Cham Prasidh and Minister of Water Resources and Meteorology Lim Kean Huor are accompanying Hun Sen on the four-day visit.

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