Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday reiterated there will be no salary increase for civil servants and armed forces personnel next year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The mutual assistance between the Chinese and Cambodian armed forces is sincere.
PM reiterates call that authorities must immediately crack down on any who join a coup by Sam Rainsy.
PM Hun Sen warns of seizure of properties belonging to corrupted officials.
Defence Minister urges Japan to continue providing additional training to the army.
The armed forces are told to brace themselves for a restructuring initiative.
PM urges civil servants and members of the armed forces to seek moral education.
Chinese, Malaysian and Thai armed forces have scheduled a joint drill later this month.
The Defence Ministry prevents over 4,000 border crimes so far this year.
Defence Minister defends the promotion of Gen Hun Manet as army commander.
National Defence Minister General Tea Banh has defended the promotion of Lieutenant General Hun Manet as the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces’ army commander.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng has said that the national election on Sunday was free, fair and was conducted smoothly without any major problems.
Veterans in Kampot are disappointed over the government’s failure to uphold a promise.
Prime Minister Hun Sen promises to maintain peace along the Kingdom’s borders.
All local authorities are instructed to cooperate to facilitate the electoral process.
PM says he gained a close relationship with Cambodians through his Facebook page.
Court charges a Royal Cambodia Armed Forces senior officer for discharging his firearm during a domestic dispute.
N. Korea stages a military parade with the intercontinental ballistic missiles to mark the 70th anniversary of its armed forces.
A private Chinese firm donated 13 vehicles to the National Police.
The summons comes days after the lawyer for the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces filed a complaint against Mr Rainsy.
The Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia hosted the 72nd anniversary of Indonesian Armed Forces Day, October 5, 1945, to October 5, 2017, at the Hotel Cambodiana.
Prime Minister Hun Sen announces women in the armed forces will receive a $200 bonus when they give birth to a child.
Representatives of indigenous families affected by the Lower Sesan II gather to submit a petition to the Interior Ministry.