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Jean-Francois Tain, minister attached to the prime minister, speaks at the press conference at Phnom Penh International Airport on September 25. AKP

Ream base allegations must end, urges official

Publication date 25 September 2023 | 21:40 | ICT

A senior government official urges an end to the allegations and suspicions surrounding the development of Cambodia’s Ream Naval Base, now that Prime Minister Hun Manet has addressed the issue on the floor of the 78th UN General Assembly (



  • New Thai PM Srettha plans late Sep visit to Cambodia

    Thailand's newly elected Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin is scheduled to visit Cambodia later this month in a move aimed at bolstering bilateral relations, according to senior officials from both nations.

  • Prime Minister Hun Manet shakes hands with his Chinese counterpart Li Qiang in Beijing on September 15. STPM

    Pentagonal Strategy, BRI agreement commended

    Several experts in international relations and political science have endorsed the recent agreement between Cambodian and Chinese leaders to align the Kingdom’s Pentagonal Strategy with China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).

  • Prime Minister Hun Manet (left) shakes hands with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing on September 15. XINHUA

    Manet’s first Chinese mission brings nations closer together

    The leaders of Cambodia and China have pledged to unswervingly develop their ever-lasting friendship and deepen cooperation for mutual benefits, no matter how the international situation may change, according to a September 16 joint statement.

  • Manet’s visit deepens Chinese ties, hastens cooperation

    Chinese President Xi Jinping regards Cambodia-China ties as a “large tree with strong deep roots, which will give everlasting fruit to both countries”.

  • Prime Minister Hun Manet laid a wreath at the Monument to the People’s Heroes, located south of Tiananmen Square across from the Chairman Mao Memorial Hall on September 14. STPM

    Manet touches down in Beijing for high-level meetings

    Prime Minister Hun Manet arrived in Beijing on September 14 for his first official visit to China, where he is slated to attend the 20th China-ASEAN Expo and meet other leaders including Chinese President Xi Jinping.

  • Former Prime Minister and CPP president Hun Sen (left) shakes hands with Japanese ambassador Atsushi Ueno. CPP

    Hun Sen, Japanese envoy discuss bilateral relations

    Former Prime Minister Hun Sen, in his capacity as president of the ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP), recently met with Japanese ambassador Atsushi Ueno to discuss bilateral relations as the two countries mark their 70th anniversary of diplomatic ties.

  • Minister of Justice Koeut Rith met US ambassador to Cambodia W Patrick Murphy at the ministry in Phnom Penh on September 12. JUSTICE MINISTRY

    Cambodia, US pledge to continue co-op in law and justice fields

    Cambodia and the US have committed to further enhancing cooperation in the fields of law and justice, especially under the new government led by Prime Minister Hun Manet.

  • Prime Minister Hun Manet and First Lady Pich Chanmony left for China on September 14. HMN

    Manet’s China visit for ‘interests of nation, people’

    Prime Minister Hun Manet departed Cambodia on the morning of September 14 for his first official visit to China, where he is slated to attend the 20th China-ASEAN Expo and meet with other leaders.

  • The Cambodia-China ‘Golden Dragon’ military drill held in Kampong Chhnang province in April. DEFENCE MINISTRY

    ‘Angel of Peace’ exercise: RCAF, PLA join forces

    A senior official of the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces (RCAF) announced that Cambodia, in collaboration with their Chinese counterparts, is set to embark on a 13-day joint military exercise from September 14.

  • Prime Minister Hun Manet met with Chinese Premier Li Qiang during the recent ASEAN Summit and related meetings in Jakarta, Indonesia on September 6 . HMN

    Manet set to meet Xi on official China visit

    Prime Minister Hun Manet will pay a courtesy call on Chinese President Xi Jinping during his three-day visit to China from September 14-16 to “further consolidate” the Comprehensive Strategic Partnership of Cooperation between the two nations.