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GORKI, May 17. /TASS/. The governments of Russia and Cambodia have agreed to develop bilateral military-technical cooperation. The corresponding agreement was concluded in Gorki on Tuesday on the results of talks of the two countries’ Prime Ministers Dmitry Medvedev and Hun Sen.
The document was signed in the presence of the two counties’ government heads by Director of the Russian Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation Alexander Fomin and State Secretary of the Ministry of National Defense of the Kingdom of Cambodia Neang Phat.
Also, an agreement on cooperation between the Ministries of Internal Affairs of the two countries was signed after the talks.
Russia and Cambodia will be cooperating in peaceful uses of nuclear power, as follows from documents approved after the talks.
Chief of Russia’s nuclear power concern Sergey Kiriyenko and chairman of the National Council for Sustainable Development, Environment Minister Sai Samal put their signatures to two memorandums of understanding.
One concerns the establishment of a joint Russian-Cambodian working group for cooperation in the field of uses of nuclear power for peaceful purposes, and the other, for the creation of a nuclear power information center in Cambodia.