Selected Impromptu Comments at the Inauguration of the Buddhist Dhamma Assembly Hall and the Birthday Anniversary of Samdech Preah Moha Sometheathibdei Nun Nget [Unofficial Translation]

At the inauguration of the Buddhist Dhamma Assembly Hall and 92nd Birthday of Samdech Preah Moha Sometheathibdei Nun Nget, Chief of the Buddhist monks of the Kingdom of Cambodia, Samdech Techo Hun Sen made some comments that CNV has selected and translated unofficially as followed:

My respects to Samdech Preah Akka Maha Sangharajathipadei Tep Vong, the Great Supreme Patriarch of Mahanikaya order of the Kingdom of Cambodia, Samdech Preah Aphiserei Sukonthea Moha Sangraajathipadei Bour Kry, the Great Supreme Patriarch of Dhammayut order of the Kingdom of Cambodia, Samdech, Buddhist monks, Samdech Vibol Sena Pheakdei Say Chhum, Samdech Krala Haom Sar Kheng, ladies and gentlemen, dear students and Buddhist followers.

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Selected Impromptu Comments during the Meeting with Cambodian Workers and Students in Malaysia

HE Sam Rainsy and Lok Chumteav,
Samdech Preah Anuj Preah Norodom Arun Rasmey,
Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen,

Culture of Dialogue – Cambodia’s Unique

I am so pleased today to be able to take a presence here together with HE Sam Rainsy and Lok Chumteav in this very happy meeting with all of our workers and students who are staying legally for work and study in Malaysia. I thank HE Sam Rainsy the initiative to have such a meeting while we are staying in Kuala Lumpur. I appreciate his thought and preparation to take the opportunity that we are all present here. HE Sam Rainsy proposed the idea and sent me an SMS while I was in Jakarta. I think it is a good chance that we can be present together in this auspicious time to meet with our people working in Malaysia at a time that the Khmer New Year just passed recently.

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Selected Impromptu Comments at the Celebration of the 151 Anniversary of the World Red Cross and Red Crescent Day [Unofficial Translation]

Today I am so happy to join with you all once again to celebrate the 151 anniversary of the May-8 Red Cross and Red Crescent Day. Last year and years before last, on May 8, every year, we gather here for the celebration of the day. We can say that the gathering is like a mark of ending dry season and entering the new rainy season. I would like to take this opportune moment to express on behalf of the Royal Government of Cambodia and my own behalf my deep thank and gratitude for the contribution made by Excellencies, ladies, Oknha, gentlemen in this remarkable event of solidarity, humanity and a culture of sharing.

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Selected Extempore Comments during the Graduation and Diploma Presenting Ceremony of the Vanda Institute of Accounting [Unofficial Translation]

Today I have a great pleasure to come to the Vanda Institute again to preside over the graduation and diploma presenting ceremony for 3,440 students. This is my eighth time here. I would like to take this opportunity to express my sincere appreciation for the efforts made by the Institute, as is reported by HE Heng Vanda, concerning its progress and expansion of services from Phnom Penh to the city of Siem Reap and Battambang, which is under construction. The progress made by Vanda Institute in particular has shown a streamlining national movement in education as a whole since the day of liberation – 7 January 2014. With our policy at a later stage to allow private investment in the field of human resource development, the education service has become a national movement where thousands upon thousands are benefiting from.

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Selected Impromptu Comments at the Inauguration of the Buddhist Achievements in the Pagoda of Lang Ka, Phnom Penh (Unofficial Translagtion)

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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Selected Impromptu Comments at the Inauguration of the Buddhist Achievements in the Pagoda of Seirei Sarpij, Preah Sdech district, Prey Veng province (Unofficial Translation)

Three Achievements, Buddhist and Secular Relation

I am so glad today to have the opportunity to return to the pagoda of Serei Sarpij after I came here once in 1997 to put into official operation the Primary School of Buddhism – Hun Sen Serei Sarpij in this pagoda. Having come here again, I clearly noted with my own eyes the progress made contrastingly from when I was here in 1997, and am sure far more from

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Selected Impromptu Comments at the Inauguration of the Buddhist Achievements in the Pagoda of Seirei Sarpij, Preah Sdech district, Prey Veng province (Unofficial Translation)

Three Achievements, Buddhist and Secular Relation

I am so glad today to have the opportunity to return to the pagoda of Serei Sarpij after I came here once in 1997 to put into official operation the Primary School of Buddhism – Hun Sen Serei Sarpij in this pagoda. Having come here again, I clearly noted with my own eyes the progress made contrastingly from when I was here in 1997, and am sure far more from

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