Selected Comments at the Graduation of the Royal University of Laws and Economics

… Today I have a great pleasure to return to the Royal University of Laws and Economics (RULE) after my previous visit in June 2005. In the name of the Royal Government of Cambodia and in my own name, I would like to express my appreciation and thanks to our graduates, one group is scholarship and another is fee-paying students, who have made efforts in their studies in the past years. I wish to also express my sincere appreciation to

Details

Selected Comments during the Visit to the New Parliamentary Building and Compound

Please allow me to take this opportune moment to express my sincere thanks and appreciation to Samdech the President and Vice Presidents of the National Assembly and HE Cheam Yeap who has led the construction of the Parliament buildings. HE Cheam Yeap has signed a proposition, which comes along with the signature of Samdech the President, requesting for July 7, 2007 as the inauguration date for the new building as it falls on the

Details

Selected Comments at the Graduation at the Chamroeun Polytechnics University and IIC

First of all I would like to express my sincere thanks for the Mr. Chea Chamroeun of the Chamroeun Polytechnics University and Mr. Chhuon Chanthan of the IIC for extending their cordial invitation to me to preside over this graduation ceremony. It is indeed a pleasure to see that we have today offered 1,627 students from the two universities with diplomas – which is a remarkable contribution in the field of human resource development for the country. I wish to take this opportunity to also express my sincere thanks to all professors who have made their efforts in sharing knowledge with our younger generations

Details

Selected Comments during the Closing of the Open Academic Forum on the 15th Anniversary of the Paris Peace Agreement

Before continuing the prepared text I think it is an opportune moment to clarify some of the facts at this moment concerning the establishment of the Supreme National Council for Cambodia. I think this is important for the younger generation or those historians and researchers to know of the origin of the SNC. I have here with us a close friend or I may consider him a brother of mine – HE Igor Rogatchev who may have witnessed most of the situation. He was in Cambodia in 1979 at the time when Phnom Penh had about 3000

Details