Edgar hopes gov’t to address concerns.
Outgoing EU Ambassador George Edgar meets with Prime Minister Hun Sen.
The European Union Ambassador in Cambodia, H.E. George Edgar once said: “An investment in human capital is an investment in the children and future generations of Cambodia, and therefore an investment in the future economic growth of the country”.
Relations between Cambodia and the European Union remain stable.
European Union Ambassador H.E George Edgar concluded his term as the E.U Ambassador to Cambodia on May 10, 2019 at Hotel Raffles Le Royal Phnom Penh.
Labour Minister asks EU’s George Edgar to help provide factual information.
Edgar asks the government to ensure better political space in Cambodia.
Outgoing European Union Ambassador George Edgar says farewell.
EU ambassador confirms a $98 million project to support the local fisheries sector.
A fact-finding mission sent by the EU will arrive in Cambodia late this month.
The EU is preparing to disburse a grant of 115 million euro to Cambodia.
The European Union is preparing about 115 million euro grant to offer Cambodia on three projects while the agreement will be signed early next year.
EU representatives approve about a $98 million budget for a programme to support the Kingdom’s fishery from 2019 to 2023.
European Union representatives in Cambodia have approved a budget of about $98 million for a programme to help support the Kingdom’s fishery sector from 2019 to 2023.
The European Union Delegate in Cambodia announced last week the winners of this year’s photo competition in line with the celebration of the European Year of Cultural Heritage.
The potential cancellation of the Everything-but-arms (EBA) scheme will not have an impact on development projects in Cambodia funded by the European Union, according to George Edgar, the EU Ambassador to Cambodia.
Two countries in Asean have now been accorded pariah-like status in what seems to be clear double standards practiced by the EU.
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.
More than 80 Cambodian students and academic staff will be traveling around 12 European countries to learn and share experiences to western students and lecturers from five days to 12 months.
The European Union will continue to support economic management in the Kingdom.
High-ranking ministerial officials meet with a European Union delegation to discuss the issue of displaced peoples locked in land disputes.
Cambodian relations with the European Union have not fully improved since the Supreme Court dissolved the opposition CNRP last year.
Agriculture Minister and the EU ambassador discuss an 85 million euro fishing project.
The feasibility study on a promising fisheries-conservation project that will be financed by the European Union has been finished, and will now be presented to European lawmakers for approval, according to the Ministry of Agriculture.
The Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) provides a platform to foster political dialogue, strengthen economic and cultural cooperation, and tackle global challenges together.
Interior Ministry allows land rights NGO Equitable Cambodia to operate again.
Interior Ministry allows the land rights NGO Equitable Cambodia to operate in Cambodia.
Som Aun, president of NACC met with EU ambassador George Edgar.
The EU to provide $11.8 million to fund the Khmer Rouge tribunal in 2018 and 2019.