According to incomplete statistics, there are more than 110 million landmines deployed in more than 70 countries around the world, and every year more than 20,000 people are injured / killed by landmines.
Foreign Affairs Minister returns after furthering cooperation with China.
Li calls for efforts to move forward with South China Sea code of conduct talks.
Foreign Affairs Minister to depart for China today for three days.
China pledged to support Cambodia if the EU removes the EBA scheme.
China and Cambodia are expected to sign a number of agreements.
The upcoming second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation (BRI) is crucial for Cambodia to further expand cooperation with China and other participating countries.
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Tuesday reiterated his commitment to the ‘One China’ policy and stressed the role China plays in the economic development of the Kingdom.
The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is an ambitious international cooperation and connectivity project initiated by China in 2013. Cambodia is one of the staunchest supporters of the initiative with the expectation that BRI will contribute to peace and shared prosperity.
China and Cambodia ended their largest-ever joint military exercise “Golden Dragon 2019” held in Kampot.
China’s Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Kong Xuanyou on Friday defended his government’s investment policy in Cambodia, refuting claims that China’s financial assistance comes with strings attached.
China’s Foreign Affairs Ministry deputy minister arrives for a visit to the Kingdom.
Thousands of soldiers made up of Cambodian and Chinese troops yesterday descended upon a 10,000-hectare training area here to kick off the largest-ever joint military exercise between the two nations.
Today the Cambodian and Chinese armies will hold their largest joint military exercise. Dubbed the “Golden Dragon”, senior military officials say it is a representation of current Sino-Cambodian relations.
The Chinese Army describes ties between with Cambodia as a brotherly relationship.
Cambodia and China hold the first event of the Tourism and Culture Year.
PM Hun Sen meets with the Chinese Minister of Culture and Tourism Luo Shugang.
The Chinese government has agreed to continue to support Hun Sen’s government.
China has pledged to purchase 400,000 tonnes of rice from Cambodia this year, according to Prime Minister Hun Sen’s facebook post.
There is a Khmer saying that goes, “you get angry with the cow but you hit the cart.” In this case, when the EU is displeased with China’s influence in Cambodia, and assumes that Cambodia is too much reliant on China, they instead decide to kill Cambodian jobs.
Prime Minister Hun Sen leaves for an official state visit to China.
Prime Minister Hun Sen today left for China for an official three-day visit in bid to strengthen both countries’ ties.
Chinese Ambassador says PM’s upcoming visit to China will improve the relationship.
PM announces this year to be the year of cultural and tourism exchange with China.
Cambodia and China pledge to enhance cooperation in combatting drug trafficking.
The joint Cambodia-China Golden Dragon drill will be carried out on a larger scale.
China’s Belt and Road Initiative plays a crucial role in connecting China to Cambodia.
On November 15, David Hutt and Shawn W Crispin wrote in Asia Times a speculative piece of a possible Chinese naval base in Koh Kong, Cambodia. However, the authors provided zero evidence on their claim.
Vice-Chairperson of the National People’s Congress Standing Committee of China, Zhang Chunxian, affirmed that Prime Minister Hun Sen is admired and supported by the Chinese people.
The Boao Forum for Asia-Phnom Penh Conference brought together this week Chinese and Cambodian leading businesspeople and politicians to discuss economic ties between the countries and promote inter-regional economic cooperation.