PM calls to increase the status of the Asean-Russia relationship to strategic partners.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has expressed his support over Russia’s request which is aimed at promoting Asean-Russia to be a strategic partnership.
PM supports statement which declared next year as Asean-China Media Exchange Year.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday said a bet between him and Sam Rainsy over the future of Kem Sokha’s treason case does not violate the judicial process.
The Labour Ministry is complying with an order issued by Prime Minister Hun Sen for ministries to review court cases of union leaders and advocate for them to be sped up or dropped, an official said yesterday.
King Norodom Sihamoni evening extinguished the Kingdom’s Victory Flame at the Independence Monument after it burned for three days as a reminder of Cambodia’s independence from France.
Lawyers of Kem Sokha condemn an exchange between Sam Rainsy and Prime Minister.
The Water Festival will be held on a bigger scale this year to mark the success of the recent national election.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has responded to Sam Rainsy’s dare, and accepted the wager concerning the release of Kem Sokha, who is under court supervision.
Prime Minister Hun Sen slams former opposition leader Sam Rainsy for hampering the process of national reconciliation.
PM appeals to all universities, institutes and donors to grant scholarships to students who scored top grades on the national exam.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday said court cases against union leaders should either immediately go to trial or the charges should be dropped, noting that the leaders have raised concerns that the lingering charges are hampering their work.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday lashed out against former opposition leader Sam Rainsy for circulating a statement that the former would release Kem Sokha by the end of December to avoid international sanctions.
The government has designated the 9,293 hectare Stung Sen as the fifth Ramsar Site.
PM has instructed the Public Works and Finance Ministries to accelerate the reconstruction of National Road 2.
The United Arab Emirates yesterday announced it will give Cambodia $500 million in credit to buy and import products from the emirates.
The government has established a working group to address issues raised by NGOs regarding difficulties conducting field work.
About 600 people from six provinces gather to submit petitions as they seek resolutions to land disputes.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday said the government will crack down on counterfeit medication, noting they pose a threat to people’s health and that online sales have been on the rise.
PM dismisses a claim that former opposition party official Kong Korm was a spy.