PM Hun Sen Reveals the Murderer of Kem Ley

Source: FN Prime Minister Hun Sen told Cambodian people in a meeting in Sydney on Friday that the third-party spy was the one who murdered Kem Ley. Prime Minister said that there was no benefits for him to murder Kem Ley; in contrast, he had arranged a special meeting with Dr Kem Ley, but was…

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PM Hun Sen Meets with Cambodian People in Australia

Source: FN Many Cambodians in Australia, on Friday, came together to welcome and meet Prime Minister Hun Sen with deep respect and love. “Having Samdech Techo Hun Sen means having development! Having Prime Minister Hun Sen means having peace,” shouted Cambodian people. Prime Minister Hun Sen and a senior delegation of the Royal Government of…

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PM Hun Sen Arrives Sydney for ASEAN-Australia Special Summit

Source: FN Prime Minister Hun Sen and a senior delegation of the Royal Government of Cambodia arrived Sydney safely at 8:00 am Sydney time and at 4:00 am Cambodian time on Friday. Prime Minister’s presence was highly honored and welcomed by senior officials of Australia as other leaders of the ASEAN Member States. In particular,…

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PM Hun Sen: No Montagnards in Cambodia

Source: FN Prime Minister Hun Sen considered the handover agreement between Sam Rainsy and Vietnamese ethnic group leader Kok Ksor as the most dangerous thing for the nation, and that he claimed Montagnard or Degar ethnic minority is Vietnamese. His remark was made during a meeting with Cambodian people living in Australia and New Zealand…

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I Am Faithful to My Nation, PM Hun Sen Says

Source: FN Prime Minister Hun Sen told Cambodian citizens that whoever painted him as other country’s puppet is not important, but his faithfulness to the nation is the most important thing. His remarks was made during his official visit to Sydney and while meeting Cambodian supporters from Australia and New Zealand on Friday. “Some people…

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PM Hun Sen: My Supporters Didn’t Sell Their Heads for $600

Source: FN Prime Minister Hun Sen told a small opposition group that his supporters coming from Australia and New Zealand to welcome him in Sydney did not sell their heads for $600 as accused, speaking in a meeting Cambodian supporters in Sydney on Friday. The premier also considered the opposition’s accusations as a serious insult…

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