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India to Continue to Support Training & Material Assistance for Cambodian Police

© TANG CHHIN SOTHYCambodian soldier waves to others sitting on a rocket launcher truck
Cambodian soldier waves to others sitting on a rocket launcher truck - Sputnik India, 1920, 09.02.2024
Deputy Prime Minister Sar Sokha expressed gratitude for the ongoing commitment from the Indian side towards collaborative training efforts.
The Indian ambassador to Cambodia has affirmed her country's commitment to enhancing law enforcement relations and collaboration with the Ministry of Interior of Cambodia.
Dr. Devyani Khobragade said the pledge involves the continuous provision of training and assistance to officers of the Cambodian National Police, media reports.
The Ambassador made her comments during a courtesy call with Cambodian Deputy Prime Minister, Sar Sokha, who serves as the Minister of Interior, and her colleagues on a Friday, where they engaged in discussions related to their collaborative work.
The Deputy Prime Minister expressed gratitude for the strong cooperation between the Ministry of Interior and the Government of India.
He specifically appreciated the consistent attention from the Indian side to training cooperation, including the provision of short-term and long-term scholarships for Cambodian police officers to acquire diverse skills through study programs in India.
Devyani extended her congratulations to Cambodian Deputy Prime Minister Sar Sokha on his new roles as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior.
She commended the Ministry of Interior for its successful initiatives in combating various forms of crime, including transnational offences, to uphold security and order.
She highlighted the significance of these efforts in boosting the confidence of both investors and tourists in Cambodia.
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