PHNOM PENH, Oct. 9 (FN) — Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen flew to Thailand for the 2nd Asia Cooperation Dialogue (ACD) Summit to be held on Sunday and Monday in Bangkok, a senior official said.

"The summit will focus on six priorities: interrelation of food, energy and water security; connectivity; science, technology and innovation; education and human resource development; culture and tourism; and promoting approaches to inclusive and sustainable development," Sry Thamarong, minister attached to the prime minister, told reporters at Phnom Penh International Airport.

He said leaders of 34 Asian member states will take part in the summit and adopt an "ACD Vision for Asia Cooperation 2030," which reflects shared aspirations and visions for pan-Asian cooperation and contribution to achieving Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.

The ACD was inaugurated in June 2002 in Thailand as an Asian continent-wide forum, with the aims to build an Asian Community based on he strength, diversity, rich resources and competitiveness of each Asian country.