There will reportedly be direct flights between India and Cambodia soon. According to news reports, in order to increase tourism in both regions, both nations have decided to launch direct flight links.
Devyani Khobragade, the Indian ambassador to Cambodia, mentioned this and said that efforts are being made to establish direct air links between the two countries, which would help to boost tourism. People would love to visit and see Angkor Wat and the land of Buddha, she continued, if there were direct flights.
She continued by saying that the Taj Mahal is to India just what Angkor Wat is to Cambodia. Travelers from both sides will be able to explore them much more simply as a result of this advancement.
According to reports, Indian Vice President Jagdeep Dhankar recently travelled to Cambodia to attend the 17th East Asia Summit and the ASEAN-India Commemorative Summit. Four Memorandums of Understanding were signed by representatives from India and Cambodia at the 70th anniversary of their bilateral relations (Memorandum of Understanding).
According to reports, a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on the digital preservation of cultural assets has also been signed, which will aid in the mapping of temples with Indian ancestry.
Another agreement for cooperation in biodiversity conservation and sustainable wildlife management was also inked between the Ministries of Environment, Forests, and Climate Change of India and Cambodia addressing the reintroduction of tigers in Cambodia.