Excellencies, Lok Oknha, Distinguished National and International Guests,
Dear all the Participants!
Today, I am delighted to participate in the closing of the “the General Assembly of the Sixth-Term Cambodian Red Cross” held over the last two days. This General Assembly is a great opportunity for us to take stock of the achievements of the Fifth-Term Cambodian Red Cross and review progress and challenges in the implementation of the Cambodian Red Cross Strategy 2011 – 2020 which has four core areas, viz. disaster management, promotion of health and healthcare in community, promotion of humanitarian principles and values, and institutional development and resource
This is a remarkably auspicious day that once again the students of Samdech Luas Lay, one of our chief Buddhist monks, have celebrated for him his 100th birthday anniversary on this day of 14 on the full moon of Pisakha of the year of horse in the Buddhist year of 2558 or May 12, 2014. I could recall that on his 94th birthday anniversary in 2007, I did mention that we should choose the best time for this anniversary for Samdech Preah Dhama Likhet Luas Lay in the full moon time of this month and year. Dr. Pen Siman sent me an SMS inquiring what to do with the 100th anniversary of Samdech Luas Lay.
Venerable Samdech Preah Akka Moha Sangreacheathipdey Tep Vong, Great Supreme Patriarch of the Kingdom of Cambodia,
Venerable Samdech Preah Aphisereysokunthea Moha Sangreacheathipdey Bou Kry, Supreme Patriarch of the Dhammayuttika Order of the Kingdom of Cambodia,
On May 27, at the inauguration of the Buddhist achievements in the Pagoda of Lang Ka, Phnom Penh, Samdech Techo addressed the audience on the Royal Government’s policy on religious issue, benefits gained from Buddhism, harmonious and interdependence relations between Buddhism and secular world, hostels for less-resource students, and contribution by the Buddhist monks to the humanitarian assistance.
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Revered Samdech Preah Moha Rajadhibadei Tep Vong and Samdech Preah Abhiserei Sokuntheadhibadei Bour Kry, and all Buddhist monks, I am so pleased to come to put into