Will the EU seek to remain a close US ally or strive for greater independence? France’s president and Germany’s defense minister have offered rival narratives for the bloc’s future.
Foreign Affairs Minister Prak Sokhonn said yesterday that the establishment of the National Institute of Diplomacy and International Relations (NIDIR) has been significant in building diplomatic capacity within the Kingdom.
The Chinese government has provided more than $7.66 million to Cambodia through the Lancang-Mekong Cooperation Special Fund 2018.
RUPP and NIDIR signed a memorandum of agreement to allow RUPP students who want to become diplomats to study diplomacy and foreign affairs at NIDIR.
Japan expects that the upcoming summit between the US President Donald Trump and North Korean Chairman Kim Jong Un will create another milestone towards “a complete, verifiable an irreversible dismantlement of all weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missile of all range by North Korea”
Chheang Vun, chairman of National Assembly’s commission on Foreign Affairs, International Cooperation, Information and Media today met with French National Assembly vice president Sylvain Waserman to discuss about Everything-but-arms scheme.
Cambodia Foreign Affairs Minister, Prak Sokhonn, met with Singapore’s Prime Minister and with its foreign minister during an official visit to the Republic of Singapore to discuss the further advancement of the cooperation between the two countries.
National Assembly commissions met to discuss a draft law adopting the policies of the Asian Forest Cooperation Organisation.
Cambodia asks the United States to delay the deportation of some of its citizens.
The repercussions of last week’s political moves in Cambodia when the Supreme Court dissolved the main opposition party has left many wondering what the repercussions will be for local businesses.
A hacking group previously linked to the Vietnamese government breaks into Cambodian ministry computers.
The families of four Cambodian peacekeepers killed in the Central African Republic while on a UN peacekeeping mission have each received $70,000 in compensation from the United Nations.
Singapore vows to work with Cambodia to combat transnational artefacts smuggling.
The US embassy in Phnom Penh declines to comment on possible cuts of up 70 percent of US funding for Cambodia.
Foreign Affairs Minister meets with outgoing Vietnamese Ambassador to discuss ties.
Japan has been helping the government train officials for 17 years.