Lao Front National Construction

Cambodia Lao Vietnam Fronts Ink Cooperation Agreement

Presidents of the front organizations of Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam
at the third conference


(KPL) The Presidents of the front organisations of Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam signed a tri-lateral cooperation programme for the period of 2017-2020 at their third conference held in Hanoi on June 25.

The programme aims at further enhancing the ties among the three parties in line with the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on cooperation they signed more than three years ago, according to a Vietnamese News Agency report. 

Under the programme, the parties will increase exchanges and twinning relations between their chapters in localities along with high-level delegation visits for experience sharing, while also organising activities to celebrate major common anniversaries of the three countries in 2017.

The three front organisations also pledged to coordinate to contribute to building a people-centred ASEAN community, forge friendships and mutual understanding among countries for regional and global peace and stability, and address disputes via peaceful means on the basis of respect for international law and each other’s independence and sovereignty.

President of Vietnam Fatherland Front Central Committee Tran Thanh Man said the conference took place at a time when the three countries are celebrating 50 years of Vietnamese-Cambodian diplomatic ties, 55 years of Vietnamese-Lao diplomatic relations, and 40 years since the signing of the Vietnam-Laos Treaty of Amity and Cooperation.

He called on the three front organisations to raise public awareness of the three countries’ traditional solidarity, friendship and cooperation, and prevent hostile forces from undermining their sound relations.

He stressed that the trilateral cooperation should focus on promoting economic-trade development and transport connectivity, in association with ensuring social welfare and environmental protection and guiding localities along the shared border lines to implement coordination and support one another.

President of the National Council of Solidarity Front for the Development of Cambodia Motherland Heng Samrin said that the conference is important to the enhancement of good relations among the three countries.

He said the content of the three front organisations’ MoU should be popularised among the people so that they will join hands in strengthening the traditional friendship and cooperation.

Heng Samrin also suggested encouraging shared border localities to establish twinning ties and friendship associations to tighten their solidarity, friendship and cooperation along the border.

Meanwhile, President of the Lao Front for National Construction Saysomphone Phomvihane said the three front organisations should implement more educational campaigns to help people of all walks of life better understand the traditional solidarity and collaboration between Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam.

He noted that guidance should be provided to border localities in implementing the MoU, thus forming a border of peace and friendship.

The next conference of the front organization presidents of Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam will be held in Cambodia in 2020 to review the trilateral cooperation programme in 2017-2020 and sign a new one for 2020-2023.



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