Thailand's newly appointed prime minister Srettha Thavisin has arrived in Cambodia for a one-day visit. The trip marks his first visit to an ASEAN country since taking office and aims to enhance bilateral trade and investment.
According to the agenda, Thavisin is scheduled to hold talks with Prime Minister Hun Manet at the Peace Palace and officially hand over a Transit and Rehabilitation Centre for Victims of Human Trafficking and Vulnerable Groups.
He will also share a luncheon with Manet and lay a wreath at the Independence Monument and the statue of the late King Norodom Sihanouk.
Before departing in the evening, he will hold discussions with National Assembly president Khuon Sudary.
"The first visit to Cambodia by prime minister Thavisin is anticipated to further strengthen the traditional bonds of friendship and elevate multifaceted cooperation between the two nations. Guided by the spirit of 'Enhanced Partnership for Peace and Prosperity', the visit is expected to deliver mutual benefits to the peoples of both nations and contribute to the promotion of peace, stability, and prosperity within the ASEAN Community and beyond,” said the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.