Vietnamese, Cambodian police to strengthen ties in COVID-19 fight
|At the hand-over ceremony. (Source: VNA)|
Police of the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong on July 30 presented gifts and medical supplies worth 100 million VND (4,300 USD) to help their counterpart in Cambodia’s Mondulkiri province fight COVID-19.
The hand-over ceremony was held at a border marker along the Viet Nam-Cambodia border in Tuy Duc district.
Colonel Bui Quang Thanh, Director of Dak Nong’s Police, suggested the two sides work harder to guarantee security and order along the border, thus tightening the friendship between the two provinces as well as the fine neighbourliness between Viet Nam and Cambodia.
Lauding cooperation between the forces of the two provinces over the past time, Thanh expressed his hope that the relationship will be lifted to a new high in the time ahead.
Lieutenant-General Lao Sokha, Director of Mondulkiri’s Police, thanked his Vietnamese colleagues for their sentiments and timely, practical support which, he said, serve as a source of encouragement for his staff to full their tasks.
Mondulkiri’s police will continue the close coordination with their counterpart in Dak Nong across spheres, contributing to ensuring security and order along the common border, he pledged.