Published on Monday, 19 November 2012 08:09
President Thein Sein returned home from Cambodia yesterday evening to meet US President Obama, who had arrived in Yangon today.
After meeting with Obama, Thein Sein then will go back to Cambodia this evening, according to the reporters of Myanmar’s Eleven Media Group, who are currently in Phnom Penh.
On behalf of President Thein Sein, Minister at the President’s Office Tin Naing Thein will be attending today’s sessions of Asean Summit and other related meetings being held at the building of Peace Palace in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Cambodia is scheduled today to host the 15th Asean-Japan meeting, the 15th Asean-Korea meeting, the Asean+ (3) meeting, the 10th Asean-India meeting, and the 15th Asean-China meeting.
The 4th Asean-US meeting will also be held in Cambodia in late evening today.
The 7th East Asia Summit and Asean Summit will be held tomorrow.
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