Korea To Help Train Cambodian Police on Interventions against Terrorism and Cross Border Crimes

The Republic of Korea will help train competent Cambodian police officers on interventions against terrorism, cross-border crimes, cyber-crimes and illicit drugs, and on demonstration management.

The committed assistance followed the recent official visit of Cambodian Deputy Prime Minister Samdech Kralahom Sar Kheng, Minister of Interior to South Korea, , according to a press release of the Ministry of Interior.

Besides the mentioned capacity building of Cambodian police, South Korea also pledged to provide technical assistance to Cambodia’s centre for city traffic management.

Samdech Kralahom Sar Kheng paid exposure visit to South Korea from April 30 to May 3 at the invitation of H.E. Chin Young, Minister of Interior and Safety of the Republic of Korea.

The visit aimed to get exposed to sub-national administrative reform management, management of social order and security, traffic management, and interventions against terrorism, illicit drugs and cross border crimes in Korea.

During the visit, Samdech Kralahom Sar Kheng held talks with H.E. Chin Young on public and security collaboration between the two countries, and Cambodia’s human resource development needs, and beyond.

The deputy prime minister also engaged in other key events, including visiting Korea’s National Police Agency, Seoul Police’s Headquarters, Local Government Officials Development Institute (LOGODI), etc.



Source: Agency Kampuchea Press