Minister of Interior Sar Kheng reiterated that it is the duty of all members of the armed forces and relevant authorities to maintain peace, political stability and social order.
Local analysts described the visit of the Japan Maritime Self-Defence Force (JMSDF) destroyer Kirisame as another clear indicator that Cambodia is open to military cooperation with any nation.
The Ministry of Health on March 31 reported no new Covid-19 cases, and one new recovery.
Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport undersecretary of state Soeur Socheata encouraged school officials to promote health standards among students and strengthen their participation in keeping the environment clean on campuses.
Prime Minister Hun Sen describes climate change as the single worst threat humanity faces today, predicting that – contrary to popular belief – the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict will end eventually through compromises.
Siem Reap governor Tea Seiha said that in the past five years, the province has registered a total of 48,476 land titles.
A large Chinese company, which currently operates a garbage collection service in Phnom Penh, has expressed its interest in investing in a waste-to-energy project in the capital.
The Kingdom’s financial institutions, both state and private, describe the role of journalists as crucial in the dissemination of information to the public.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and Francophone communities in Cambodia are continuing to work together, under the umbrella of the Internation of la Francophonie (OIF).
The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport announced the winners of the Samdech Techo Hun Sen Education Awards for the 2021-2022 academic year.