Prime Minister Hun Manet will visit Thailand on February 7 for talks on bilateral and multilateral cooperation with his Thai counterpart Srettha Thavisin.
A February 5 press release by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation provided details of the trip.
Manet will be granted a Royal Audience by King Maha Vajiralongkorn and will also meet with the president of the Thai senate and the speaker of Thailand’s National Assembly.
Manet and Srettha are expected to witness the signing of numerous bilateral cooperation documents.
While in Bangkok, Manet will also deliver the opening remarks at a Cambodia-Thailand Business Forum.
“The visit is expected to consolidate the enduring ties and traditional bonds of friendship between the two countries. These bonds are guided by the spirit of their Enhanced Partnership for Peace and Prosperity, bringing mutual benefits for the two peoples as well as peace, stability, and prosperity for the ASEAN Community and beyond,” added the ministry.