This year, 2019, Cambodia marks the 20th anniversary since becoming ASEAN family on April 30, 1999. Over these past two decades, Cambodia has tremendously moved toward complete peace, stability and improved her socio-economic development, the move of which can help contribute to the regional and global development.
PM leaves the Kingdom to attend the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing.
PM offers his condolence to Sri Lanka over the deadly terrorists bombings.
Man charged with incitement to commit felony after he posted messages insulting Prime Minister.
Tboung Khmum Provincial Court today charged a 45-year-old man with incitement to commit felony and placed him in pretrial detention
Cambodian and Thailand yesterday reconnected their railroad networks after more than 40 years since they were separated
China and Cambodia are expected to sign a number of agreements.
PM responds to two Facebook posts made by Sam Rainsy.
Cambodia’s financial sector development accelerated significantly in the past two decades from an asset size of 3,212 billion riels ($809 million) in 2001 to 166,352 billion riels ($41,402 million) in 2018.
Prime Minister Hun Sen will this week lead a delegation to attend the second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation in China.
The upcoming second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation (BRI) is crucial for Cambodia to further expand cooperation with China and other participating countries.
Hun Sen appoints governors in Phnom Penh’s Chamkar Mon district and new districts of Boeng Keng Kang and Kampol.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has written a letter to French Prime Minister Edouard Phillippe to offer his sympathy to the French government and people over the destruction of the 850 year-old ironic cathedral, Notre Dame de Paris, destroyed by an extensive fire on Monday, April 15.
PM says that Khmer New Year ended happily and fruitfully and wishes that all travellers return home safely.
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Monday, via a Facebook post on April 15, praised the authorities who’d organized the Maha Sangran celebrations.
Hun Sen says that Vietnam has decided to provide an additional 50MW to Cambodia.
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Tuesday reiterated his commitment to the ‘One China’ policy and stressed the role China plays in the economic development of the Kingdom.
PM calls on local authorities to ensure public safety during Khmer New Year.
Cambodia to continue targeting the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.
Interior Minister sends a request to PM for the banning of nightclubs near schools.
Lu Lay Sreng returns to the Kingdom after pleading for mercy from PM.
Interior Minister requests to consider the banning of guns and explosives at schools.
The government has cancelled a contract it signed last week to bring a powership from Turkey to cope with the current energy deficit.
The railway systems of Cambodia and Thailand to be linked later this month.
The Prime Minister announced on Thursday night that 120 buses are allotted to take citizens, who wish to travel home for Khmer New Year, from the capital to the provinces and back – free of charge. That’s twice as many as in 2018.
The family of a motorist suspected of killing a university student in a hit-and-run incident in Phnom Penh last month has agreed to pay $70,000 to settle a civil complaint filed by the victim’s family.
Prime Minister Hun Sen met with over 4,000 athletes, coaches and sporting officials yesterday for his fourth annual meet and greet dinner with the kingdom’s sporting heroes.
Number of workers who delivered babies and received bonuses rose significantly.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday denied baseless accusations that the government is purposely cutting off power to people in order to form an excuse to move forward with the controversial Stung Cheay Areng hydropower dam.
State-owned Rural Development Bank, now a specialised banking institution, will become a commercial bank and change its name, Prime Minister Hun Sen revealed last week.