U.S. pleased with Cambodian cooperation, looks to expand in agriculture

12:35, July 18, 2010      

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The United States is pleased with Cambodian cooperation and is looking to expand cooperation with Cambodia in the field of agriculture, Cambodian government spokesman said on Saturday.

Ieng Sophalleth, spokesman for Prime Minister Hun Sen, told reporters during the meeting between Prime Minister Hun Sen and visiting U.S. Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs William J. Burns, that Burns said "United States of America is pleased with Cambodian cooperation and hopes the two countries will enhance their cooperation in other sectors, mainly in the field of agriculture."

In response, Prime Minister Hun Sen said that "Cambodia is pleased with U.S. cooperation through assistance to fight terrorism as well as for the development of Cambodian human resources", according to Ieng Sophalleth.

However, the spokesman did not provide details concerning U.S. expanding in agriculture cooperation with Cambodia.

Meanwhile, Hun sen said during the meeting that the two countries have more potential that can be expanded for more cooperation in the future.

On Sunday July 18, Burns, who arrived here on Saturday morning will attend a ceremony at the national museum of Cambodia honoring the repatriation of Cambodia antiquities by the U.S. government. He will leave Phnom Penh on Sunday.

Source: Xinhua

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