In the coming two decades both the EU and Cambodia should base their relationship on an equal partnership.
The European Union is a key economic partner in Cambodia, with preferential access to European markets a key element of the Kingdom’s robust growth in recent years, said European Union Ambassador George Edgar.
Cambodia sends a goodwill mission to EU to keep the Kingdom’s current trade status.
Despiteclashes over the human rights, the EU reaffirms to strengthen economic ties.
The moral high ground currently taken by the EU and the US on Cambodia seems hypocritical if the Kingdom’s turbulent history in the 1970s and 1980s is recalled, argues Raoul Marc Jennar.
Cambodia’s democracy is on the right track, with the presence of a multiparty political system, freedom of the press, and respect of civil and political rights. It is not fair and just to see Cambodia only from one negative angle.
The validation agreement with the European Patent enters into force.