Outgoing EU Ambassador George Edgar meets with Prime Minister Hun Sen.
PM issues a directive banning all online and arcade gambling in the Kingdom in a bid to safeguard security and public order.
The United States’ National League of POW/MIA Families has issued a letter expressing gratitude to Prime Minister.
Prime Minister Hun Sen and Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena agree to speed up the signing of additional MoUs.
Garment Manufacturers Association supports the reduction of public holidays.
The government has decided to reduce the number of public holidays next year from 28 days to 22 days.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday called for joint effort in combatting terrorism.
PM Hun Sen warns of seizure of properties belonging to corrupted officials.
PM instructs relevant ministries to strengthen measures against illegal imports of pigs.
PM nominates Kao Kim Hourn as a candidate to be Asean’s secretary-general in 2023.
Prime Minister Hun Sen this week has asserted his determination to use the so-called 5th principle of institutional reform, referring to “institutional surgery”.
PM announces a recent million-dollar purchase of arms and equipment from China.
PM warns that any former opposition party member could face arrest for insulting him.
PM justifies the need for Chinese workers by saying local workers still lack expertise.
Prime Minister Hun Sen urges the public not to be afraid of consuming pork.
Prime Minister Hun Sen praises the construction of the Morodok Techo National Stadium in Phnom Penh’s Chroy Changva.
Prime Minister Hun Sen orders the Anti-Corruption Unit to intensify its crackdown on corrupt government officials.
The gov’t dismisses rumours of that PM Hun Sen is having a health problem.
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.