A spokesman for the Ministry of Public Works and Transport said that according to the plan, Cambodia and Vietnam planned to connect railways and expressways across the borders of the two countries in the near future, but this plan requires more time to Discuss.
Wasim Sorya, a spokesman for the Ministry of Public Works and Transport, recently revealed that plans to connect the railway and the expressway across the border require further detailed studies, while Vietnam Also shows the willingness to connect.
“We need to study the detailed plan and discuss it further with the Vietnamese side. At the same time, the Vietnamese side has requested for further discussions on where to connect our expressways and where our railways will be connected,” he said. “Connect somewhere, because this work we have to do on both sides.”
Senior Minister, Sun Chanthol, Minister of Public Works and Transport, recently held a bilateral meeting on improving cross-border transportation between Cambodia and Vietnam, saying that Vietnam has been studying projects to connect highways and roads. The railway is very careful and strives to accelerate this project as soon as possible in the near future.
“Cambodia has been building, expanding and modernizing transport infrastructure, both land, water and port, to connect Cambodia’s main trade poles to the border,” he said.
For example: National Road No. 1, Phnom Penh-Sihanoukville Expressway, National Road No. 33, Sihanoukville Road and Siem Reap City Road to ensure more efficient transportation chain.
He added that the Vietnamese side has also announced plans to develop its transport infrastructure, as the trade volume between the two countries is increasing year by year.