Lower Sesan 2 Hydropower Not Only Supplies Electricity to Stung Treng but to Other Provinces: PM Hun Sen

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Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen stated that the Lower Sesan 2 Hydroelectric Project does not only supply energy to Stung Treng province, but also to other provinces, addressing at the inauguration ceremony on Monday.

The Lower Sesan 2 (LS2) Hydropower Project is located on the Sesan River in Sesan District, Stung Treng Province, Cambodia, 1.5 km downstream from its confluence with the Srepok River and 25km from where the two rivers meet the Mekong River mainstream.

The river catchment area is 49,200 km2...Read More


Cambodia’s PM Hun Sen Urges Sihanoukville Authority to Obstruct All Crimes

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Head of the Royal Government of Cambodia, Prime Minister Hun Sen, urged Sihanoukville authority to combat all crimes in response to critics from people of all walks of lives, addressing at the official opening of 7th Sea Festival in Koh Kong province on Saturday under the slogan “Ecotourism for Green Growth and Sustainable Development”.

“I don’t care if they are RCAF or not. If they violated the laws, the shall be obstructed,” the premier stated.

Sihanoukville shall try harder than other provinces to...Read More


Cambodia Bans Foreign Military Bases in the Kingdom, PM Hun Sen Reassures

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Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen told the United States not to harm and kill Cambodia and that Cambodia does not allow foreign military bases on the Kingdom.

The premier’s clarification came after US Vice President Mike Pence doubted China’s military bases in the Cambodian coastal province under the excuse of the investment.

Speaking at the opening ceremony of the 7th Sea Festival in Koh Kong province on 15 December 2018, Prime Minister Hun Sen questioned why Cambodia needs to have a foreign military...Read More


Cambodian PM Hun Sen: US$22B Titanium Mining Is Not Worth the 20,000-hectare Forest

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Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen confirmed that he rejected the $22 billion investment in Titanium mining in Chi Pat, Koh Kong province for the sake of 20,000 hectares forest conservation, wildlife protection, and prevention of soil erosion, addressing at the 7th Sea Festival in Koh Kong province on Saturday under the slogan “Ecotourism for Green Growth and Sustainable Development”.

“The Ministry of Mines and Energy has submitted the proposal on the investment of US$22 billion in titanium mining, but I will not...Read More


The 118 Banned Who Oppose the Court’s Verdict Will Not Be Pardoned, but Jailed: PM Hun Sen Warns

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Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen announced that he is ready to propose to His Majesty King to pardon the former CNRP officials who were banned from political activities, addressing to nearly 18,000 workers from 23 factories in Kompong Speu province.

The premier warned that those who opposed the Supreme Court’s verdict will not be pardoned but jailed.

“This proposed amendment does not aim for any specific party, but for all parties in Cambodia,” the premier stated.

Cambodia’s National Assembly voted Wednesday to amend the...Read More


PM Hun Sen Urges Stable Price on Accommodations during Sea Festival and New Year

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Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen called on stable price for accommodations at the kingdom’s coastal region during Sea Festival 2018 and New Year 2019, addressing to nearly 18,000 workers from 23 factories in Kompong Speu province.

The premier also explained law on supply and demand. When the demand is low and supply is high, the price is low, whereas when the demand is high and supply is low, the price is high. He sets New York as an example, stating that during...Read More


PM Hun Sen Calls for Action to Prevent HIV/AIDS, Especially among Homosexuals

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Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen calls for joint action to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS, particularly among the homosexuals, whose group has the highest prevalence of transmission, addressing to nearly 18,000 workers from 23 factories in Kompong Speu province.

The premier expressed concern over the resurgence of HIV/AIDS in Cambodia and called on people, especially those with partners, to protect themselves from AIDS.

According to Prime Minister, Cambodia set goals to reach zero rate of HIV in 2025, whereas the rate of HIV...Read More


PM Hun Sen Appeals to Set Minimum Wage for Construction and Agricultural Workers and Housemaids

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Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen urged the Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training, workers’ and employers’ representatives, unions, relevant ministries and institutions to set the minimum wage for construction and agricultural workers, and housemaids, addressing in a meeting with approximately 18,000 workers from 23 factories in Kompong Speu province on Wednesday.

“On Human Rights Day, we have received petitions from unions to determine the minimum wage for construction and other sectors to ensure that their labor force is not exploited,” the premier...Read More


PM Hun Sen Reject the Opposition’s Fake News Stating that CPP Will Eliminate Minister of Interior and Senate President

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Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen confirmed Wednesday that the Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) will not eliminate Interior Minister Sar Kheng and Senate President Say Chhum as the opposition accused.

The premier’s statement was made at the meeting with approximately 18,000 Cambodian workers in Kompong Speu province.

“The opposition party was dissolved, for they are good at lying, and falsifying news like this,” the premier stated.

CPP always win, as we have been together for over the past 40 years with solidarity and we know...Read More


Cambodian PM Hun Sen Sends Message on International Human Rights Day

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Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen, on Monday, joined the celebration of the 70th anniversary of International Human Rights Day “10 December” (10 December 1948-10 December 2018).

Prime Minister recalled that the rights of all Cambodian people were completely abolished during the Pol Pot Genocidal Regime.

“During Pol Pot’s regime (1975-1979), people did not have even rights to freedom, to living, to food, to medical treatment, to faith, to education, to choose the representative, to expression, to marriage and to work. Pol Pot eliminated...Read More


Cambodia-Vietnam Pledge to Complete Border Demarcation in 2019

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Cambodia Prime Minister Hun Sen and Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc pledged to strengthen cooperation between the two nations, particularly by completing border demarcation in 2019.

According to Vietnamese Prime Minister, the two sides had finished resolving 84 per cent of controversial border lines, in which 314 of 375 markers had been demarcated, while the 16 per cent left is being negotiated.

Prime Minister Hun Sen also stressed that Cambodia-Vietnam strategies are to transform all former battlefields in Cambodia into a...Read More


Cambodia-Viet Nam Sign Six Important Documents

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Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen and his Vietnamese counterpart Nguyen Xuan Phuc presided over the signing ceremony of six documents on Friday during his official visit to Viet Nam.

The six documents includes: (1) Memorandum of Understanding on the Strategic Cooperation on Transportation for Seven Years Term 2018-2025; (2) Amendment on Protocols on the Implementation of Road Transportation Agreement 1998; (3) Amendment on Agreement on Water Transportation 2009; (4) Cambodia-Viet Nam Border Trade Agreement; (5) Agreement on Cambodia-Viet Nam Bilateral Trade Facilitation...Read More


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