The Japanese government is set to grant about $4.6 million in aid to Cambodia to support economic and social development.
The government of Japan is set to grant about $4.6 million in aid to Cambodia to support economic and social development.
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Friday concluded his three-day official visit to Japan by calling the trip a “success”.
The high-level delegation led by PM concludes their 4-day visit to Japan with success.
Former Deputy PM Prince Norodom Sirivudh is to receive a spring award.
Cambodia was the first country from Southeast Asia that registered the support for the Japan-initiated Free and Open Indo-Pacific Strategy (FOIP).
Cambodia and Japan are cooperating with to create more opportunities.
The Japanese Football Association Academy Fukushima touches down in Cambodia.
Football Cambodia announces the scheduling of two friendly matches against Japan.
Prime Minister Hun Sen, speaking at the Mekong- Japan Business Forum in Tokyo on October 9, invited Japanese firms to visit Cambodia and convince themselves that it a worthy country for their investments.
Trade with Japan increased significantly during the first half of the year, with exports soaring 19% and imports by 9.5%.
Japanese Ambassador to Cambodia Hidehisa Horinouchi sat down with Khmer Times to discuss his country’s continued support of the Kingdom.
Cambodia and Japan maintained close ties for 65 years – bridging differences in languages, traditions, religions and beliefs.
Cambodia’s customs department will soon receive two patrol boats from the Japan.
Over the past few decades, the relationship between Cambodia and Japan has been peaceful and prosperous.
Japan proposes that Cambodia replaces ASYCUDA with Japan-made NACCS.
Japan to deliver a shipment of 140 medium-sized, brand-new buses to the Kingdom.
Cambodian exports to Japan soared during the first three months of 2018, reaching $390 million, a 15% hike.
Japan reiterates its intent to support Cambodia’s national election in July.
Japan is committed to help Cambodia’s urban populations gain access to a safe water.
Japan’s Foreign Affairs Minister signs an agreement providing Cambodia with grants.
Japan usually avoids being viewed as interfering in the domestic affairs of other countries and is consistent in its foreign policy approach towards Cambodia by not intervening in the Kingdom’s internal affairs, writes
PM and Special Advisor to Japan’s PM, met at the Peace Palace on March 23.
The embassy of Japan recently hosted a programme to welcome 22 Japanese delegation including 18 Japanese students and teacher of three colleges of national institute of technology of their visit to Cambodia.
Japan agrees to provide $384,817 in financial assistance to local organisations for projects in Phnom Penh and other places.
Environment Ministry and Japan will sign a $600,000 agreement on forest conservation.
Japanese students learning about the growth of the Kingdom’s sporting sector.
Japan Consumer Credit Service will open a subsidiary in Cambodia in March.
The National Election Committee says it could not fail after Japan donated about $7.5 million, including 15,000 ballot boxes.
A delegation of Japanese businesspeople in Cambodia to finalise a MoU.