At the working session, Rear Admiral Nguyen Van Lam, President of the Naval Academy, briefed the Cambodian guests on the history, tradition, missions, achievements and orientation for the development of the academy. He also updated the visiting mission on the academy’s outcomes in training Cambodian naval cadets and officers.

Rear Admiral Nguyen Van Lam (right) presents gift to Vice Admiral Non Sophat.

Over the past years, the Naval Academy has trained thousands of Cambodian naval officers. In recent years, despite the complicated developments of the COVID-19 pandemic, the academy has still continued its training programs for Cambodian cadets as planned. All of the Cambodian trainees have completed training courses, meeting all set training requirements.

For his part, Vice Admiral Non Sophat sincerely thanked the Naval Academy’s Party Committee and Directorate for the sentiment and expected that education and training programs between Cambodian military schools and Vietnam’s Naval Academy will be effectively expanded in the coming time, contributing to consolidating friendship and solidarity between the two militaries, navies and people of the two countries for peace, stability, and development in each country, the region and the world.

Delegates pose for a joint photo.

After the working session with leaders of Vietnam’s Naval Academy and the visiting delegation of the Royal Cambodian Navy visited Cambodian trainees who are studying at the academy.

Translated by Tran Hoai