Cambodia and Poland Strengthen Diplomatic Ties with Visa Exemption Agreement
In a significant development, Cambodia and Poland have mutually agreed to exempt visa requirements for holders of Diplomatic and Official passports. The announcement was made during the Second Political Consultation between the two countries, co-chaired by Dr. Cham Vidya, Secretary of State of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cambodia, and Mr. Wojciech Gerwel, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland. The meeting, held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, fostered a friendly and productive atmosphere, reinforcing the bilateral relations between the two nations.
Visa Waiver Agreement Signed for Diplomatic Passport Holders
During the consultation, both sides signed an agreement on visa waivers specifically for holders of diplomatic passports. This agreement signifies a significant step towards enhancing diplomatic cooperation and facilitating travel between Cambodia and Poland. The visa exemption for diplomatic passport holders will promote closer ties and streamline official visits, fostering greater engagement and collaboration between the two countries.
Successful Meeting Paves the Way for Future Consultations
The Second Political Consultation between Cambodia and Poland proved to be a success, characterized by a cordial and fruitful atmosphere. The meeting served as a platform for constructive dialogue and the exchange of ideas on various bilateral and multilateral issues. Building upon this positive momentum, it was announced that the third bilateral consultation will be held in Poland, further strengthening the diplomatic relations and cooperation between the two nations.