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Royal Cambodian Army’s delegation visiting Binh Thuan

BTO - Lieutenant General Sorn Thy was leading a delegation of Royal Cambodian Army on the visit to Binh Thuan Military Headquarter within 2 days (December 20 and 21), on the 72nd anniversary of the establishment of the Vietnam People’s Army. Colonel Pham Van Long (political commissar of Binh Thuan Military Headquarter)  introduced the delegation to geography, politics – economics and society in Binh Thuan as well as the cooperation  between Binh Thuan Military Headquarter and the military sub-area Kham - pong - Cho – Nang of Royal Cambodian Army.

Colonel Pham Van Long stressed, “The two units have established solidary, traditional friendship. Hopefully, the visit will contribute to strengthening solidary, friendship and mutual understanding between the two armies.

Lieutenant General Sorn Thy congratulated on Binh Thuan achievements and expressed his deep gratitude for BinhThuan’s assistance to Cambodia; especially, helping Cambodia’s people escaping the Pol Pot to bring independence, development of the country, construction of barrack for the military sub-area Kham-pong-Cho-Nang.

Trang Minh (Source: Binh Thuan Newspaper)

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