The rumors being spread each time the Prime Minister has an ailment, minor or major, hospitalization or outpatient treatment, have become a subject of hot political issue and national security concern.
NA president tells government officials to expedite internal administrative reforms.
The Prime Minister Hun Sen sent a clear message last Friday that Cambodia would not become a dumping ground for any form of waste, generally referring to toxic waste such as medical waste, bio waste and electronic waste.
The current bottlenecks of Cambodia’s trade strategy are the narrow export market, complex regulations and informal fees, and high trade logistics cost.
Legal action to be taken against FB users who post fake news about PM’s health.
Cambodia could become the next Asian country to reject importation of rubbish.
The much-anticipated E-commerce and Customer Protection laws are approved.
Gen Hun Manet says that PM Hun Sen will not abandon his people fearing sanctions.
PM calls to address concerns of implementing sustainable development goals.
PM announces he is discharged from hospital and will return to the Kingdom today.
PM recently unveils plans to increase underground public parking lots in Phnom Penh.
PM Hun Sen is recovering in Singapore after medical treatment on his shoulder.
Foreign Affairs Ministry lauds PM’s participation at the Aid for Trade Global Review in Geneva as a great success.
Last week, Prime Minister Hun Sen said that the withdrawal of the Kingdom’s access to EU’s EBA preferential trade scheme is not a big concern. He said the key concern was the inability of his officials in carrying out their assigned tasks.
Prime Minister Hun Sen wants to request Thai and Vietnamese sides to conduct joint drills along the border.
PM defends the Kingdom’s rights records during his address to the UN.
PM renews accusations of EU’s double standards over the possible suspension of EBA during WTO talks.
Prime Minister Hun Sen sought to strengthen trade ties with Finland.
PM highlights his achievements during the Aid for Trade Global Review meeting.
PM urges member states to continue supporting least developed economies.
PM says families of 28 victims will receive more than $100,000 in compensation each.
PM to highlight Cambodia’s progress in addressing human rights issues in Geneva.
PM repeats a call for all television stations to have sign language experts.
18,725 pregnant women from poor families have received financial support.
Prime Minister Hun Sen says the CPP government is determined to defend the Kingdom’s independence.
PM praises CPP members for their “brilliant successes” during the party’s 40-year rule.
Prime Minister is to participate in the Aid-for-Trade Global Review 2019 in Geneva.
The body of the last victim to be recovered from the site of the collapsed building is returned to the family for a funeral.
Disaster Management first vice president vows to work to implement the government’s disaster relief and management policies.
Interior Ministry finds five projects operating without proper permits.