PM has invited foreign powers to conduct military drills in the country as he called for overseas funding to build a pier and relocate an army training centre.
Defence Minister reiterates that the Kingdom will not authorise any foreign military base on its territory.
According to the Constitution, Cambodia has three-NO foreign policies: no foreign interference, no treaty alliance, and no foreign military bases. Cambodia’s foreign policy has been consistent and firm with regards to its independence, sovereignty and neutrality.
Foreign Minister assures Australian Senator that Cambodia will never allow the setting up of a foreign military base in the Kingdom.
The Prime Minister assured Vietnam that he would not allow a foreign military base to be established in the Kingdom during his meeting with Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.
The rumours that Cambodia will harbour foreign military bases along its coastal region has gone viral on mass media, particularly social media, and stirred public discourses at home and abroad.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday reiterated that the government will not allow any foreign military base to be built in the Kingdom except under tasks from the United Nations.