Prime Minister Hun Sen concludes his trip to Eastern Europe.
Cambodia considers water as a strategic driver for sustainable development: PM.
A senior military officer within the UN is visiting Cambodia.
The Czech government pledges to support the Kingdom’s efforts to retain its Everything-but-arms trade status.
Prime Minister Hun Sen announces that the government will purchase more Czech-made surveillance aircraft and weapons.
PM Hun Sen and Czech PM witness the signing of two MoU to boost cooperation.
PM devises a strategy to prevent a coup allegedly being planned by Sam Rainsy.
PM clarifies to Canadian Ambassador the ongoing treason case against Kem Sokha.
PM leaves for Europe to strengthen ties with Czech, Hungary and Bulgaria.
PM says Cambodian people are allowed to freely practice their respective faiths.
Prime Minister Hun Sen and the whole government seems to be concerned and occupied with the coup attempts being propagated by Sam Rainsy, who is a populist politician and extremist.
Prime Minister Hun Sen presided over the celebration of the National Bank of Cambodia – the Kingdom’s banking regulatory authority – re-established in 10 October, 1979 after the Khmer Rouge regime was overthrown.
PM defends the presence of Vietnam’s troops in Cambodia in the 1980s.
The National Bank of Cambodia marks its 40 anniversary with a ceremony.
Court sentences an activist to over 1 year in prison for insulting PM on social media.
PM asks Chinese investors to continue doing business in the Kingdom.
PRIME Minister Hun Sen marked an important milestone in deepening traditional, bilateral ties with Vietnam during his official visit to Hanoi last week.
PM vows to cooperate with Thai authorities to arrest Rainsy’s supporters over a coup.
Direct flight with Da Nang will boost the number of Vietnamese visitors: PM.
PM Hun Sen asks authorities to check all school buildings to ensure that they are safe as the new school year is approaching.
PM Hun Sen and his Vietnamese counterpart ratify 84% of border demarcation work completed between the two nations.
His motives and pathways are predictable. His supporters have been misled, manipulated and nothing more than sacrificial tools for his political ambition to achieve his lust for power and take revenge against Prime Minister Hun Sen.
Prime Minister calls for more investments from Vietnam to invest in the Kingdom.
PM says the three-day Water Festival will be celebrated as planned.
PM vows to address solutions to an ongoing dispute over the remaining 16 percent of the Cambodia and Vietnam border.
Cambodia earns $2.3 billion from customs and excise collection.
Gov’t increases the wage for next year by $8, a decrease of $4 of last year.
PM to meet his Vietnamese counterpart to sign two border demarcation agreements.
PM requests The King remove the Oknha titles of 75 senior Defence Ministry officials.
Prime Minister Hun Sen praises China for its magnificent achievements.