Prime Minister Hun Sen condemns a US Embassy statement on chemical bombs found in Svay Rieng province, describing it as an “insult” to Cambodians and a distortion of facts.
Cambodia-US relations are strained by a 15-year-old agreement under which the United States is allowed to send to this country some 1,400 Cambodian immigrants convicted of crimes in the US.
The US embassy in Phnom Penh declines to comment on possible cuts of up 70 percent of US funding for Cambodia.
Cambodia’s Foreign Minister Prak Sokhonn will lead a delegation to the United Nations General Assembly in New York
Prime Minister Hun Sen today called on the US Embassy to clarify its position on detained opposition leader Kem Sokha
Despite a diplomatic row with the United States, the trade relationship between Cambodia and the US remains normal.
The US Embassy is calling on the government to release Kem Sokha, claiming allegations were made without a shred of serious or credible evidence.
Hun Sen takes the US Embassy to task for posting an image of a red herring on its Facebook page.
The US Embassy in Phnom Penh posts its reaction to the closure of the Cambodia Daily newspaper, which has ceased operations.
Government officials react strongly after the US Embassy questioned Cambodia’s commitment to democracy.
The US Embassy hosted Independence Day at the Intercontinental Hotel, with almost 800 guests, including guest of honour Senior Minister in Charge of Special Projects Ly Thuch, VIPs, embassy staff and the private sector.