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PM: Despite Challenges, Cambodia Continue to Build Infrastructure PDF Print E-mail

Despite the global financial crisis and Thai aggression, the Royal Government of Cambodia will continue to pay attention on the construction of infrastructure in all domains.

Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo Hun Sen told a visiting delegation of Kok Dong company in a meeting here today, according to Ieng Sophalet, assistant to the Cambodian premier.

Foreign Delegations Learn about Decentralization and Good Governance in Cambodia PDF Print E-mail

Delegations from five countries including India, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Vietnam and Cambodia have gathered in a short training course to learn about decentralization and good governance, particularly gender affairs in Cambodia and Asia.

Cambodian FM: Cambodia Does Not Depend on Thai Products PDF Print E-mail

Deputy Prime Minister H.E. Hor Namhong said Cambodia does not depend on goods from Thailand to be in supply in Cambodian troops, adding that Thailand can close whatever it wanted.

ANZCMC’s Letter to Thai Ambassador to New Zealand PDF Print E-mail

The Aotearoa New Zealand Cluster Munition Coalition (ANZCMC) has in early May addressed a letter to the Thai ambassador to New Zealand over Thailand’s use of cluster munitions during the February 2011 border conflict with Cambodia.
The full letter reads as follows:

Agreed Summary of the 3 Foreign Ministers' Meeting on 9 May 2011 in Jakarta PDF Print E-mail

Agreed Summary of the 3 Foreign Ministers' Meeting on 9 May 2011 in Jakarta

Several ASEAN Member Countries Advocate Peaceful Settlement of Cambodian-Thai Conflict PDF Print E-mail

The first plenary session of the 18th ASEAN Summit in Jakarta saw interactive views and comments on the current conflict between Cambodia and Thailand. According to an ASEAN official attending the session

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