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Tuesday, 29 November 2011

High-ranking Cambodian military delegation in Hanoi for talks on security, political issues


Tuesday, 29 November 2011
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PHNOM PENH Nov 29 (Cambodia Herald) - A high-ranking Cambodian military delegation led by General Hing Bun Hieng, deputy commander-in-chief of the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces, has been visiting Hanoi to discuss security and political issues, the Vietnam News Agency (VNA) reported.

The report said Hing Bun Hieng (pictured on right) met Monday with Lieutenant-General Do Ba Ty, chief of general staff of the Vietnam People’s Army, and informed his hosts of the results of a meeting with the Security Safeguarding Department of the army's General Department of Politics.

The Cambodian visit is "a chance for the high-ranking military delegation to exchange experience in guard services, ensuring security and safety for senior leaders of the party, state and army as well as for political events," Ty was quoted as saying. "Defense cooperation has been effectively implemented in many areas, significantly contributing to bolstering the friendship between the two countries and the armies."

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Do you kinow Hing bun Heang 's background?
Before 1975 he lived in Tonle Bati, Takeo province...he was barely litterate.
In the year 1980's he was a soldier at the Municipality military headquarter(current French Embasy). Behind this Embassy was the bushy area where He killed by himself prisoners or para-militias from the tripartist Coalition.
He climbed his rank from the late 1980's and was an active supporter of illegal loggers.

Anonymous said...

the dog dog of society,khluon khmer chhkae yuon i sorrow nas why the world broadly but have brain no no idea compare chhhkae ,the dog better so far nas

Anonymous said...

No need to explain his background... his picture alone make him look at killer. bastard.
More stars you have, the uglier you get.

Anonymous said...

In srok Khmer, you don't need education to get ahead you moron. All you have to do is expert in killing innocent people and stole land from farmers. The more you kill, the more ranking you move up. This is killer land. Watch out foriegner, Khmer Rouge will reborn again if this unjust continue to happen in Cambodian society. Where there is oppression, there is revolution. It might come sooner than your fun times in the bar or clubing.