Cambodia and India have agreed to enhance naval cooperation following the strengthening of military ties through a memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed in February.
The ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) and 27 other political parties have reached an eight-point agreement to form a coalition for closer cooperation and mutual support.
Vong Soth, second vice-president of the National Assembly (NA), said Cambodia has maintained comprehensive relations and cooperation with both China and Vietnam, while expressing his hope for the further strengthening and deepening of their collaboration.
In a message coinciding with the 32nd anniversary of the Paris Peace Agreements, former Prime Minister Hun Sen, who now serves as head of the Supreme Privy Council to the King, recalled how his win-win policy eventually ended civil war in 1998
As October 23 marks the anniversary of the Paris Peace Agreements, Prime Minister Hun Manet used the occasion to highlight how it is possible to end conflict through peace talks, rather than the continued use of force.
The Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) is set to sign a “Cooperation and Coalition Agreement” with 27 other parties at an event to be presided over by CPP president and former prime minister Hun Sen on October 25.
China’s foreign minister Wang Yi has reiterated that a number of ASEAN members of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) have benefited from development projects under the policy, and that the Chinese government will continue to support them, no matter the circumstances.
The leaders of the ASEAN-Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) have denounced attacks against civilians and called for a ceasefire in Gaza, where heavy fighting is taking place between Israeli forces and Palestine militant group Hamas.
Prime Minister Hun Manet has called for free and open trade, the stimulation of investment and the creation of a conducive environment to promote business between ASEAN and the Gulf states, as the two regions seek to strengthen ties at their historic first-ever
Delegations from the national assemblies (NAs) of Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam (CLV) recently convened to discuss investment in the Development Triangle Area (DTA) and address issues related to human trafficking and cross-border terrorism. Cambodian