Kathmandu: Cambodia and Nepal vowed to work together to boost bilateral cooperation in trade, investment and tourism, said a joint statement released on Wednesday.
The statement was issued at the end of the three-day official visit of Nepali Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli to Cambodia.
It said Oli had a bilateral meeting with Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen in an atmosphere of friendship and mutual understanding.
It said the prime ministers stressed the important role of private sector in economic development and encouraged close collaboration between the chambers of commerce of Cambodia and Nepal in fully exploiting economic potentials and business opportunities of both countries.
Two prime ministers witnessed the signing of two bilateral documents on trade and investment cooperation.
Oli’s trip to Cambodia came after Hun Sen visited Nepal in November 2018.