The MoU was inked by VJA Vice President Ho Quang Loi and CCJ General Secretary Puy Kea at their meeting in Hanoi.

VJA Vice President Ho Quang Loi at the event

Under the MoU, both sides will step up the exchange of information about each country’s socio-economic development, and political, cultural and tourism affairs.

They will create favorable conditions for correspondents as well as reporters and journalists participating in press events in each country.

Briefing the guests of the association’s structure, position and role, Loi said that it often organizes training courses and workshops to improve professional expertise, and holds delegation exchanges with international press organizations.

He expressed his hope that cooperation between the VJA and the CCJ will grow further, thus helping boost press information and traditional friendship between the two countries.

Puy Kea, in turn, introduced to Loi his club’s role and operation, hoping to understand more about the Vietnamese land and people.

Established on August 26, 2000, the CCJ has now become a leading communication association in Cambodia. Its activities aim to ensure the interests and improve the capacity of journalists and the quality of Cambodian press.

Source: VNA