Top legislator's visit to deepen Sino-Cambodia friendship: Chinese ambassador (4)

17:59, November 01, 2010      

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Pan Guangxue added that Cambodia has the special and advantageous natural resources and the land is fertile. If Cambodia can introduce China's improved crop strains and advanced technology, the output of agricultural product and the quality will be increased and enhanced greatly, moreover, to promote the exports of its rice and fruits to China and other countries and region.

Pan also said that Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen and other government leaders highly praised China's assistance and the investment to Cambodia. Recent years, China has provided some economic aids to Cambodia, including loan on favorable terms and so on. According to the Cambodian Government's request, these aids and the investments mainly concentrated in infrastructural facilities, such as roads, bridges, hydroelectricity and others. So far, China has already constructed approximately 1,500 km long road for Cambodia. Pan expressed his belief that these infrastructural facilities will be sure to play important role in strengthening and promoting Cambodia's social and economic development in the future.

Pan said that Cambodian government attached great importance to the forthcoming visit by top Chinese legislator Wu Bangguo, and has prepared it with great care. "I believe that Wu's visit will be complete success and will be certain to further promote the Sino-Cambodian traditional friendly cooperative ties to a new level."

Cambodia will be the first leg of Wu's three-nation tour, which will also take him to Indonesia and Thailand.

Source: Xinhua
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