Remarks at the Promulgation Meeting on “Mainstreaming Concept of Religious Ethics for Harmonization in Cambodia”

Venerable Samdech Preah Akka Moha Sanghareacheatepdei Tep Vong, Samdech Preah Moha Sanghareach of the Mahanikaya Order 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 Preah Moha Sometheatepdei Noun Nget, the Head of the Buddhist Monks of the Kingdom of Cambodia,

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Selected Impromptu Comments at the Graduation and Diploma Presenting Ceremony for the Buddhist Students and Teachers [Unofficial Translation]

National Institute of Education, 16 July 2015

Buddhist World Associated with Human Resource Training

My esteem to Samdech Preah Agga Mahā Sangharājādhipati Tep Vong, Samdech Preah Abhiserey Sokunthea Mahā Sangharājādhipati Bour Kry, and Samdech Preah Maha Sometheadhipati Nun Nget, Samdech head and vice head monks of the Kingdom of Cambodia. Today I am so happy to have the honor of taking the presence once again at the graduation and diploma presentation ceremony for 1,664 Buddhist students and teachers of the Preah Sihanouk Raja Buddhist University. Last time we did it at the Chadomuk hall. This time, because we have more people than the hall could house, we have the celebration here. I am so joyful to have this chance to meet the two Mahā Sangharājādhipati and all Buddhist monks and other graduates.

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Selected Impromptu Comments at the Celebration of Ramadan Iftar Dinner [Unofficial Translation]

Along with the prepared texts, Samdech Techo Hun Sen made the following comments at the Ramadan Iftar Dinner Celebration:

In Absence of Religious and Racial Conflicts, Win-Win Policy Easily Implemented

The regime of Pol Pot had ravaged religions to the roots – not only Islam but all religious faiths. After the liberation on 7 January 1979, all religions (in Cambodia) revived along with the Cambodian nation. It is noted that there have been efforts made by various religions – Buddhism, Islam and Christianity. Non-religious persons are making efforts as well. What is important and proud for us is that Cambodia does not have religious conflicts. HE Ambassador from Kuwait mentioned this in his speech and I am very grateful and feeling encouraged by it.

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Speech During the Conversation with the 10th-16th Batch of Clergyman and Clergywomen and at the Opening of the Congress of the Khmer Clergy Association

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

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Address at the Closing of the 22nd National Al-Quran Recitation Competition in 2013

Lok Oknha Sos Kamry, Chairman of Highest Council for Islamic Religious Affairs in Cambodia,
Your Excellencies Ambassadors to the Kingdom of Cambodia,
Municipal/Provincial, District/Khan Imams, Masjid Imams, Teachers and Students of Islam,
Beloved Compatriots,

Today, I am delighted to be here with Excellencies, Lok Oknha, Ladies and Gentlemen, national and international guests and Muslim compatriots at the closing of this 22nd

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