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Amidst changing strategic environment in the Asia-Pacific and growing tensions between China and the United States, Russia — Cambodia coordination in the international arena becomes increasingly relevant. Cooperation in multilateral formats could also contribute to the advancement of both countries’ agendas, given the priority Moscow attaches to its relations with ASEAN and the interest Phnom Penh has in developing contacts with the EAEU.

These and other issues will be discussed on April, 9, at the webinar by the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC), featuring H.E. Anatoly Borovik, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation to the Kingdom of Cambodia, his Cambodian counterpart H.E. Seyla Eat, and leading Russian and Cambodian experts in international relations. The event starts at 10.00 (GMT + 3).

In 2021, Russia and the Kingdom of Cambodia celebrate 65 years of diplomatic relations. The countries interact in various spheres, encompassing trade and economy, science and technology, military technology, people-to-people cooperation, as well as fight against terrorism and drug trafficking. Nevertheless, there is considerable scope for expanding bilateral ties. Untapped bilateral potential requires careful analysis in search of common opportunities and new prospects.

Amidst changing strategic environment in the Asia-Pacific and growing tensions between China and the United States, Russia — Cambodia coordination in the international arena becomes increasingly relevant. Cooperation in multilateral formats could also contribute to the advancement of both countries’ agendas, given the priority Moscow attaches to its relations with ASEAN and the interest Phnom Penh has in developing contacts with the EAEU.

These and other issues will be discussed on April, 9, at the webinar by the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC), featuring H.E. Anatoly Borovik, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation to the Kingdom of Cambodia, his Cambodian counterpart H.E. Seyla Eat, and leading Russian and Cambodian experts in international relations. The event starts at 10.00 (GMT + 3). We kindly invite you to follow it live on YouTube and Facebook.

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