Hun Sen: Enforcing Law on Kem Sokha is Better Than Fighting a War

Source: FN Samdech Prime Minister Hun Sen announced this morning that solving Kem Sokha’s case will continue legally because it is better than using weapons. He said that Cambodia’s development has gone very far, so it must not be stopped by a traitor who works for other countries to destroy Cambodia. He stated, “Please do…

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Construction of Another Bridge Crossing Tonle Sap River Begins

Source: AKP The construction of a cable-stayed concrete bridge crossing the Tonle Sap River in Phnom Penh started this morning in a ceremony held under the presidency of Prime Minister Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo Hun Sen. Built by Overseas Cambodia Investment Corporation (OCIC) for about 28 months, this 922-metre-long and 20.5-metre-wide bridge will…

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Cambodian PM Congratulates 26th Anniversary of Paris Peace Accords

Source: AKP Cambodia’s Prime Minister Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo Hun Sen this morning expressed his congratulations to the celebration of the 26th Anniversary of the Paris Peace Accords (Oct. 23, 1991- Oct. 23, 2017). “Today is the 26th Anniversary of the Paris Peace Accords that have brought peace to Cambodia. We always remember…

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PM Hun Sen to Report to U.N the U.S Chemical Bombs Issue

Source: FN Prime Minister Hun Sen reacted strongly to the U.S embassy’s statement claiming that its chemical bombs in Svay Rieng province were tear gas. He considered this statement to be a serious insult to the lives of Cambodians. He also announced to file a lawsuit to United Nations. The premier’s reaction to the U.S…

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