New Delhi, Jan 27: India and Cambodia on Saturday signed four agreements, including on a credit line for a water resource development project and on prevention of human trafficking, following delegation-level talks headed by Prime Minister rendra Modi and his Cambodian counterpart Hun Sen here.
India, Cambodia sign four agreements
A credit line agreement of $36.92 million was signed between the EXIM Bank of India and the Cambodian government to fince the Stung Sva Hab Water Resource Development Project, according to the Exterl Affairs Ministry.
A cultural exchange programme with Cambodia for the years 2018-2022 was signed which seeks to promote cultural exchange and strengthen the friendly relations between India and Cambodia.
An agreement on mutual legal assistance in crimil matters was signed which is aimed at improving the effectiveness of both countries in the prevention, investigation and prosecution of crimes through cooperation and legal assistance in crimil matters.
A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was also signed on cooperation for prevention of human trafficking. It seeks to increase the bilateral cooperation on the issues of prevention, rescue and repatriation related to human trafficking.
Hun Sen, who arrived here on Wednesday to participate in the Commemorative Summit to mark 25 years of the India-Association of Southeast tions (Asean) Dialogue Partnership and was among the all 10 heads of government or state of Asean tions to be guests of honour in this year’s Republic Day celebrations, extended his trip to that of a bilateral state visit on Saturday. (IANS)