Speech at the Commemoration of the 6th Anniversary of the Veterans Day

Excellencies, ladies and gentlemen distinguished national and international guests,
Beloved Veterans and Families,

It is my honour and pleasure to be at this auspicious commemoration of the 6th Anniversary of the Veterans Day. This event is a mark of our deep gratitude to the veterans, members of the armed forces and patriots who have sacrificed their flesh and blood in the cause of the country and people of all generations. I would like to take this


Speech on the Opening Occasion of the 37th Session of the World Heritage Committee

Excellency Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO;
Excellency Deputy Prime Minister Sok An, the Chairperson of the World Heritage Committee;
Excellency Katalin Bogyay, the President of the General Conference of UNESCO;
Excellency Alissandra 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


Address at the 64th International Children Day of 01st June, the 12th World Day Against Child Labor of 12th June and the Cambodian Children’s Day 2013

Today, it is my pleasure to be here with you all to celebrate the 64th International Children’s Day and Cambodian Children Day of the 1st June, under the topic of “Child development is the foundation for the national development” and the 12th World Day Against Child Labor of 12th June, under the topic of “No to Child Labor on domestic work.”


Speech at the Opening of the Conference of Confucius Institute, Asia 2013 (PM)

I am pleased to participate in the opening of the Annual Conference of Confucius Institute in Asia 2013 organized today.  At the outset, I would like to warmly welcome the presence of Excellencies, ladies and gentlemen, distinguished delegates of the Confucius Institute of Asian countries, national and international distinguished guests, and all students who are here today.  This conference is an appropriate opportunity


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


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