Extensive Excerpt from the Speech of Samdech Techo Hun Sen at the Inauguration of the “Morodok Techo National Stadium” and the 502-day Countdown to the Opening of the National Campaign to Promote the 2023 SEA Games and ASEAN Para Games [Unofficial Translation]

Moradok Techo National Stadium, The Fruit of Cambodia-China Relations Long Live! Kingdom of Cambodia! Long Live! Cambodia-China Friendship! Esteemed Samdech Preah Sangha Reach, Buddhist Monks, Sacred Objects, Oknha Sos Kamry, Chairman of the Highest Council for Islamic Religious Affairs in Cambodia, His Excellency the Ambassador, Chargé d’Affaires and Representatives of All Foreign Friends. HE Wang…


Selected Impromptu Comments at the Inauguration of the National Road 41, formerly called Preah Ang Duong Road [Unofficial Translation]

NR 4 Becomes a Priority

I would like to express my pleasure to be able to return once again after I came here for the groundbreaking ceremony on 18 May 2011. Please allow me to say a few things as I happened to have come along this area many times. It was started with the construction of the 4.2 meters bridge 117. It was followed by the construction into concrete later. That means I was around here quite a while. In addition to that, my late mother also contributed to the reconstruction of the Kdei Lovea Buddhist pagoda, which is not far from here. Many of my relatives, my late grandaunt included, were buried there. My late mother also has one other pagoda called Tropang Korng in Kompong Speu’s district of Samraong Tong too.


Keynote Address on the Occasion of Cambodia Outlook Conference 2015: A Partnership of CDRI and ANZ Royal Bank “ASEAN Economic Community 2015 and Beyond: Reform Agenda”

Excellencies, ladies and gentlemen,

I am honored and delighted to deliver the keynote address in this important Cambodia Outlook Conference 2015 held under the theme of “ASEAN Economic Community 2015 and beyond: Reform Agenda”. This is the ninth occasion on which I have attended and delivered keynote address in this outlook conference. I once again congratulate the CDRI and ANZ Royal Bank on their initiative to organize this annual conference which brings together government officials, representatives of the private sector, the research community, NGOs and development partners to review achievements and challenges to find the best way forward for the cause of the national interest.