… My wife and I are happy to be with the Vanda Accounting Institute on this joyous occasion of awarding diplomas for 978 graduates. I remember that in October 2005, also in this place, I presided over the graduation, where some of you can be reminded that the ceremony was in a small building. Now it is a reasonably big building that we can house a huge number of participants. I am grateful to the report by Mr. Heng Vanda in relation to the development process of the Vanda Institute Specialized in Auditing, Accounting and Taxation (VISAAT) which has been doing a good job for the last 6 years.Details
Keynote Address at the International Poverty Alleviation Day and the Launch of Cambodia Human Development Report 2007 “Expanding Choices for Rural People”
Your Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen!
Address at the Inauguration Ceremony of the New Classroom Building and Graduation Ceremony for Doctors, Pharmacists, Professional Dentists, and Dental Specialists
Your Venerable Monks,
Your Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen,
Aside from the prepared text, Samdech Hun Sen gave the following comment and a brief response to the press about the Cambodian position on the recent situation in Myanmar.
… My wife and I are very pleased to be able to join with all of you to celebrate twoDetails
On behalf of the Royal Government of Cambodia and my own behalf I wish to express my congratulations and high sense of responsibility in national policy leadership for the cause of peace, stability, prosperity and wellbeing for the people of Cambodia at the time of the celebration of the International Peace Day.Details
Address at the Awarding Ceremony of “Samdech Hun Sen National Scholarship – Outstanding Student” to High School Students Nationwide
Your Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen, Distinguished International and National Guests,
Dr. Haruhisa Handa, Chairman of International Foundation for Art and Culture, Tokyo, Japan, and Chancellor of University of Cambodia,
Selected Comments at the Award of Samdech Hun Sen’s National Scholarship for Outstanding Students at the University of Cambodia
… I have some more comments and advice for you. One should not have the thought that after getting entrance to the University, one would automatically become an intellectual per se. In real life some finished the University education but could not perform their duty too. This I would say they are like lazy eggs that after such a long hatching process they have turned themselves to be bad ones. They do not hatch to be chicks. This is an important point that you have to keep in mind that self-effort is the key while helps fromDetails
Your Excellencies, Members of the Royal Government,
Your Excellency, Dr. Young-Tak Lee, Chairman and CEO of the Korea Exchange;
Your Excellency, Mr. Shin Hyun-Suk, Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to the Kingdom of Cambodia;
Your Excellency, Won-Dong Cho, Deputy Minister, the Ministry of Finance and Economy of Korea;Details
Today, I am very delighted to participate in the dissemination of the Criminal Procedure Code which reflects the commitment and the efforts of the Royal Government to reform and enhance legal framework that is the foundation for functioning and strengthening the rule of law aiming at promoting the respect for human rights and dignity. Indeed, the development of thisCriminal Procedure Code is the priority in the action programs forDetails
In addition to the prepared speech Samdech Hun Sen made comments on how Cambodia struggled to have its criminal procedure code in place and how UNTAC law was implemented and being replaced by the new code.