Antigua and Barbuda and Cambodia forge partnership for mutual prosperity


In a diplomatic growth on November 24, Antigua and Barbuda and Cambodia have launched into a collaborative journey geared toward benefiting their respective populations. 

The settlement was reached throughout a bilateral assembly held in Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, the place the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of International Affairs and Worldwide Cooperation of Cambodia, SOK Chenda Sophea, engaged in discussions with Antigua and Barbuda’s Minister of International Affairs, E. P. Chet Greene.

Strengthening bonds throughout oceans

Regardless of the huge geographical distance that separates these two nations, each International Ministers expressed their unwavering dedication to bolstering purposeful cooperation, all within the pursuit of enhancing the well-being of their residents. 

Exploring collaborative avenues

Agriculture and tourism have emerged as focal factors for this budding partnership. 

The collaboration in these sectors holds the potential to yield financial and cultural advantages for each nations.

– Commercial –

In the course of the discussions, Minister Greene requested Cambodia to think about Antigua and Barbuda as its gateway to the colourful Caribbean market. 



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