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COURTESY VISIT TO THE MALAYSIAN EMBASSY IN THE KINGDOM OF CAMBODIA

After frequenting the Kingdom of Cambodia since November 2010, we finally had the opportunity to pay a courtesy visit to the Malaysian Embassy in the Kingdom. I arrived together with Ly Rothana in time for the scheduled 12pm appointment with Malaysian Ambassador Extraordinary and Planipotentiary H.E. Datuk Pengiran Haji Mohd Hussein bin Datuk Pengiran Haji Hj Mohd Tahir Nasruddin

Malaysian Embassy in Phnom Pehn is located at No. 220 - 222, Preah Norodom Boulevard, Sangkat Tonle Bassat, Khan Chamkarmorn and is contactable at +855-23-216 176, +855-23-216 177 or email at malppehn@kln.gov.my or facsimile +855-23-726 101. The Embassy is open from Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 4:30pm (Lunch Break 12pm-1:30pm).



We were received by Ms Salbiah Othman, the Personal Assistant to the Ambassador upon our arrival and was given a warm welcome, the Malaysian Hospitality. While waiting to meet His Excellency Datuk Pengiran Haji Mohd Hussein, we briefly met with our Embassy First Secretary/ Head of Chancery Syed Farizal Aminy Syed Mohamad.

Our Embassy was built on a 1.5 hectre of land and is currently the model embassy in the Kingdom (see below).


H.E. Datuk Pengiran was very friendly and received us well. We met our Ambassador, His Excellency Datuk Pengiran Haji Mohd Hussein to update on our business progress in the Kingdom of Cambodia as well as to get to know other Malaysian business fraternity. H.E. Datuk Pengiran will introduced us to the Malaysian Business Council of Cambodia (MBCC) that is headed by Teh Seng and Cambodian Malaysian Business Council which is headed by two Chairman namely Tan Sri Ramli Kuyshairi and Okhna Seng.

ARMIN BANIAZ PAHAMIN & AMBASSADOR Datuk Pengiran Haji Mohd Hussein, Ly Rothana


After more than 1 hour with H.E. Datuk Pengiran Haji Mohd Hussein, our first meeting was adjourned and to be followed with a lunch tomorrow at Malaysia Restaurant Nasi Padang!!! FOOD!!! my department...

MAKAN!!

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