Excellencies, ladies and gentlemen, Distinguished national and international guests, Dear all participants,
It is my pleasure to attend the closing of the important 2012-2013 tourism stocktaking and direction setting conference: “Cambodia’ Tourism toward the ASEAN Integration 2015” and celebration of the National Day of Clean City under the theme “Your Contribution to Clean City”.
Excellency Mr.Galip Gur, President of the World’s Most Beautiful Bays Club Excellencies Tourism Ministers of CLMV, Distinguished Delegations, National and International Guests! Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen,
It is my pleasure to attend the opening of the 9th Congress of the World’s Most Beautiful Bays Club under the theme of “Blue Sea, Green City”, CLMV Tourism Ministers Meeting and the GMS Tourism Working Group Meeting.
Excellency Chair of the Conference, Excellency Ms. Aurélie Filippetti, Minister of Culture and Communications of Republic of France, Excellency Mr. Yasumasa Nagamine, Deptuy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Japan, Excellencies Co-Chairs of the ICC-Angkor, Excellency Mr. Kishore Rao, Director of UNESCO World Heritage Center and High Representative of Madam Director General of UNESCO, Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen!
It is my pleasure to attend the opening of this historic “3rd Inter-Governmental Conference on Angkor”. Cambodia indeed takes great pride in hosting this major
This afternoon, 11 November 2013, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague, the Netherlands, announced its judgment on the Request by Cambodia for interpretation of the Judgment of 15 June 1962 in the case concerning the Temple of Preah Vihear, as follows:
On this forthcoming 11 November 2013, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) will issue its decision on the request of the Kingdom of Cambodia for interpretation of the judgment on 15 June 1962 in the case concerning the Temple of Preah Vihear.
It is my pleasure to be at the opening of the “3rd National Forum on Climate Change”. This forum is held just one week ahead of the 19th Session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the 9th Session of the Conference of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol in Warsaw, Poland. In this connection, it is without doubt that this forum will provide inputs to the above international meetings. In addition, it is necessary for us to have better understanding of the challenges
Here followed, CNV selected comments of Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo Hun Sen in the above event concerning Cambodian chairing of WHC meeting, achievements under Hun Sen – 2008-13, … the three fundamental issues in the fourth term National Assembly Royal Government, etc…
ExcellencyIrina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO; Excellency Deputy Prime Minister Sok An, the Chairperson of the World Heritage Committee; ExcellencyKatalin Bogyay, the President of the General Conference of UNESCO; ExcellencyAlissandra Cummins, the President of the Executive Board of UNESCO; Distinguished Guests, Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen!
On behalf of the Royal Government and People of Cambodia, I would like to extend our warmest welcome to all of you, the Leaders of UNESCO and all the delegates from member countries of the World Heritage Committee, who are attending this 37th Session of the
Venerable Samdech Preah Akka Moha Sanghareacheatepdei Tep Vong, Samdech Preah Akka Moha Sanghareach of the Kingdom of Cambodia,
Venerable Samdech Preah Apiserei Sokunthea Moha Sanghareacheatepdei Bour Kri,Samdech Preah Moha Sanghareach of the Dhammayuttika Order of the Kingdom of Cambodia,
Venerable Samdech Monks, Senior and Junior Monks, Clergymen and Clergywomen,
Excellencies, Neak Ouknha, Lok Chum Teav, Ladies and Gentlemen and National and International Guests!
Today, I’m truly pleased to be here once again with Venerable Samdech Monks, Venerable Senior and Junior Monks, Excellencies, Lok Chum Teav, Ladies and Gentlemen, especially clergymen and clergywomen during the “Conversation with the 10th – 16th Batch of Clergymen and Clergywomen and the Opening of the Congress of the Khmer Clergy Association”. Without doubt, the capacities of the clergymen and clergywomen