The current and longest-serving prime minister of the world’s sovereign states Prime Minister Hun Sen said he is interested in becoming a lawyer when he retires.
Get up and about: PM orders reopening of schools and allows activities curbed over ‘November 3 incident’
PM orders the reopening of schools, museums, cinemas and other venues.
Negative tests, positive end: Prime Minister cleared of COVID-19 and declares closure of ‘November 3 incident’
PM Hun Sen: “November 3 incident” is under control.
PM and those directly and indirectly involved in the “November 3 incident” will be given their fourth and final C-19 test.
PM urges relevant authorities to tighten the crackdown on drug trafficking and apprehend big fish.
PM Hun Sen, his wife and entourage returned negative test results for COVID-19 today.
Kem Sokha’s food and rice seed donation in the provinces has faced some restrictions and monitoring by local authorities.
PM orders distribution of two million masks to poor communities in Phnom Penh.
PM refrains from calling for a state of emergency to contain the spread of COVID-19.
PM announces that he has gone into self-quarantine after reports that Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs tested positive.
Vietnam has evacuated more than half a million people from its central coastal region.
PM lashes out at an unnamed Western country over claim of hosting Chinese military.
PM rejects allegations that, under his leadership, the Kingdom has become poorer.
PM orders assessing flood-damaged infrastructure across the Kingdom.
PM: CPP will not negotiate with opponents who have committed illegal acts.
PM will ‘take action’ against former opposition members and supporters who protest outside Chinese Embassy today
PM’s warning comes as today is the 29th anniversary of the Paris Peace Agreement.
PM slams opposition group criticised his fundraising campaign to help the people.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has urged authorities to take care of displaced flood victims to prevent disease outbreaks.
PM calls on banks and MFIs to delay repayment of debts of people affected by floods.
PM Hun Sen travels to visit the worst-hit areas in the province to provide aid.
PM orders authorities not to hinder Sokha from distributing aid to flood victims.
As a strong leader, Prime Minister Hun Sen has recognised the fact that the nation faces immense challenges today, but with support from the people, nothing can prevent Cambodia from addressing its own issues.
PM appeals to all authorities to strengthen awareness of disaster risk reduction.
PM asks ministries to be careful with operational expenditure to save money.
PM calls for developed countries to increase funding to address climate change.
Cambodians still smile, join hands and stand by Prime Minister Hun Sen as he navigates the ship of State to overcome this stormy period since early this year.
PM Hun Sen reiterates that the Kingdom is not a satellite country to China.
PM: Gov’t will not increase civil servants and armed forces’ salaries for next year.
PM removes Sin Vanvuth from his post as Koh Nhek governor over land encroachment.
PM denounces “injustice” of the EU’s EBA trade status partial withdrawal.