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.
Japanese investment in the kingdom was valued at $1.6 billion in 2017.
Japan will provide $168 million in development aid to Cambodia in 2018.
Cambodia asks Japan to support the general election with financial aid and observers.
A Japanese consular office opens in Siem Reap to strengthen bilateral relations.
The World Trade Center Phnom Penh (WTCPP), a multipurpose complex built by Japanese investors, will be finished by mid-2021.
Japan’s new consular office in Siem Reap was officially opened on Sunday morning with a number of Japanese and Cambodian officials on hand for the ceremony.
Japan donates about $8 million to the Cambodian Mine Action Centre, to support its demining operations.
Labour Minister plans to increase the number of Cambodian trainees being sent to Japan for study and part-time work.
Two Japanese companies will repair a 135-kilometre stretch of National Road 5.
The Japanese government pledges to donate two patrol boats to the General Department of Customs and Excise.
Japan will donate more than 100 buses to the Cambodian government over the next two years, according to City Hall.
Japanese property firm Leopalace21 Corp will build a serviced apartment complex in Phnom Penh costing $15 million.