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Army commander says PM will never abandon his people

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Lieutenant General Hun Manet took photo with provincial officials at Inauguration ceremony of Chhoeu Teal Health Center in Svay Rieng province’s Svay Chrum district on Friday. Hun Manet account page

Lieutenant General Hun Manet, commander of the army has said that the head of the government, prime minister Hun Sen, will not abandon his people even though some politicians requested foreigners to put sanctions on  Cambodia.

In stating this, Lt Gen Manet, when presiding at the inauguration ceremony of Chhoeu Teal Health Center in Chhoeu Teal commune, Svay Rieng province’s Svay Chrum district on Friday, added: ”Please grandparents and the people, trust the Cambodian People’s Party and CPP do not abandon the people even though some politicians have pleaded with foreigners to put sanctions on Cambodia while the people still needed to live in peaceful and secure environment.”

Lt Gen Manet continued that the head of the government prime minister, Hun Sen and all officials of CPP, maintained their stance that whenever the people continued to support CPP that is led by prime minister Hun Sen, all officials will continue to strive hard to serve the people.

“Our Peace can be maintained because of all the people who have joined hands in maintaining  peace and stability….please do not believe on someone’s incitement,” said Lt Gen Manet.

He added that leaders of the government worked hard to ensure Cambodia becomes a prosperous and happy country and enable  the people to live in peace and good living.

“Our government started its work more than 40 years ago but it’s task remains unfinished. We will continue to solve the problems of the people and maintain the peace for next generation,” Lt Gen Manet said and added that prime minister Hun Sen did not put the people in difficulty, unlike the Khmer Rouge regime.

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