Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen informed the public that he will pay official visits to Nepal, Laos, and Viet Nam, addressing to approximately 18,000 workers in Kandal province on Wednesday.
Prime Minister will lead a high delegation to pay an official visit to the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal on 29-30 November 2018 and to attend the “Asia-Pacific Summit 2018-Nepal” in Kathmandu on 30 November-02 December 2018, according to Cambodian Foreign Ministry’s press release dated 26 November 2018.
During this official visit, Prime Minister will pay a courtesy call on Her Excellency Bidya Devi Bhandari, President of the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, and hold bilateral talks with His Excellency Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli, Prime Minister of the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal. Thereafter, the two leaders will preside over the signing ceremony of a number of documents on bilateral cooperation.
At the Asia Pacific Summit 2018-Nepal, Prime Minister Hun Sen will make a keynote address on the theme of the Asia Pacific 2018-Nepal “ Addressing the Critical Challenges of Our Time: Interdependence, Mutual Prosperity and Universal Values”.
During his stay in Nepal, Prime Minister will also take the opportunity to visit the Patan Durbar Square which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
On 5th December, the premier will pay official visit to Laos and continue visit Viet Nam on the 6th.
“Being a leader, one shall dare to sacrifice, even it takes life,” he said.
“There is no free lunch in this world,” the Strongman advised youth, adding that “In Cambodia, only the extreme oppositions are daydreaming to get free lunch from collapse of Hun Sen’s leadership.”
Prime Minister recalled that Many Cambodian people have sacrificed their lives for this motherland; some were beaten to death; others were shot or bombed dead; thus, youth shall contribute to protecting peace and political stability; work together to support socio-economic development; and prevent color revolution in Cambodia at all cost.