PM warns opposition activists recently released they will be arrested if they continue to insult or act against government.
Prime Minister Hun Sen today ordered Justice Minister Ang Vong Vathana to look into the possibility of releasing detained opposition activists for allegedly colluding with Sam Rainsy to stage a coup.
Thousands celebrate 66th anniversary of the Kingdom’s independence from French rule.
Las Lay, one of the Kingdom’s most senior monks, who devoted his whole life to promote Buddhism, passed away on Tuesday at Sansom Kosal pagoda in Phnom Penh’s Meanchey district.
PM reiterates that government will set up one autonomous entity to manage waste collection.
János Áder’s visit will enhance bilateral relations and strengthen friendship.
The minimum wage for government employees is now exempt from income tax.
PM to attend the official inauguration ceremony of Mr Joko Widodo.
The Hungarian government has pledged that it will support the Kingdom’s efforts to preserve the Everything-but-arms trade status.
Hun Sen to visit Czech Republic, Hungary, Bulgaria to sign bilateral cooperation documents.
PM Hun Sen and Vietnamese Counterpart Nguyen Xuan Phuc sign seven agreements.
Chinese Defence Minister General Wei Fenghe has reiterated that China is committed to protecting Cambodia’s interests
Prime Minister Hun Sen today said that Cambodia should be the first country to implement a free first-aid treatment to foreign workers working in the Kingdom.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has urged authorities at all levels and institutions to ensure safety, security
Lao Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith is scheduled to meet with Prime Minister Hun Sen in Phnom Penh tomorrow in a bid to iron out border dispute between the two nations.
Cambodia today signed two agreements with Malaysia on tourism and double tax avoidance.
The government will provide a 50,000 riel ($12.50) bonus to all civil servants for the upcoming Pchum Ben festival, according to a sub-decree issued on Thursday.
PM calls for joint efforts to combat terrorism in the region.
Army officers and government officials involved in corruption face termination.
PM urges recycling to produce electricity to safeguard the environment.
PM says that door remains open for political parties that want to be members of Supreme Consultative Council.
Prime Minister Hun Sen today cautioned that a former opposition member will face arrest if he keeps insulting him and Interior Minister Sar Kheng.
Government warns it will take action against Facebook users posting fake news related to health of Prime Minister Hun Sen.
PM instructs all relevant authorities to directly check sites of African Swine Fever in Cambodia.
PM tells cabinet members that withdrawal plan from Everything-but Arms scheme is becoming a shadow.
With the Kingdom implementing sustainable goals, Prime Minister Hun Sen has called on authorities at all levels to address people’s concerns by leaving no one behind.
PM has said that his mission to participate in the 7th Aid-for-Trade Global Review at the Headquarter of the Word Trade Organization (WTO) in Geneva, Switzerland is a great success.
Interior Minister issues directive to ensure that foreigners who apply for legal status provide valid supporting documents.
PM renews accusations of double standards by EU over possible suspension of Cambodia’s Everything-but-arms trade status.
The government has spent more than $10 million in benefits for female workers who delivered babies throughout the first six months of this year.