Cambodia, India agree to start direct flights, tourism exchanges


Cambodian tourism minister Thong Khon (right) and newly-minted Indian ambassador to Cambodia Devyani Uttam Khobragade. - The Phnom Penh Post/Asian News Network

PHNOM PENH, Jan 23 (Phnom Penh Post/ANN): Cambodia and India have agreed to start direct flight connections and promote closer tourism exchanges and cooperation in all areas after the Covid-19 saga comes to a close.

The agreement was reached during a meeting between Cambodian Minister of Tourism Thong Khon and newly-minted Indian ambassador to Cambodia Devyani Uttam Khobragade on January 20 at the ministry.

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