VN, Kingdom agree major border line segments: PM

Prime Minister Hun Sen has revealed that Cambodia and Vietnam have agreed on six per cent of the remaining undemarcated borders between the two countries, in a varied speech to members of the Cambodian diaspora in Europe, in which he also discussed the upcoming commune council elections.


New drive initiated for integrity in justice field

The Ministry of Justice has declared 2022 the year for “strengthening work discipline and ethics for officials in the judicial sector” in an attempt to overhaul its working processes, amid increasing concerns that the Cambodian judiciary is being bought over by business interests.


PM: Vote CPP

Prime Minister Hun Sen, president of the Cambodian People’s Party (CPP), on May 21 issued a message calling on the public to vote for the ruling political party’s candidates in the June 5 commune council elections, highlighting the positive changes that have come from the current five-year mandate.


Commune election campaign season takes off

The political parties contesting the June 5 commune council elections on May 21 officially kicked off the campaign season, ending June 3, presenting their policies and plans to the public to earn their support on polling day.


PM: 5th-dose Covid vaccinations to begin June 9

Prime Minister Hun Sen has permitted fifth-dose Covid-19 vaccinations for priority groups from June 9 onwards, with the dose interval set at a minimum of three months.


Modi likely to secure a solution to Ukraine: PM

Prime Minister Hun Sen has expressed confidence that his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi will successfully negotiate a solution to the Russia-Ukraine conflict, after Modi met separately with the Russian and Ukrainian presidents to discuss the fighting.


Chinese tourists 2.0 – Coming anytime soon?

Regional tourism is grappling with the absence of the prolific travellers and big spenders – the Chinese tourists. Cambodia, which has welcomed over two million Chinese tourists before Covid-19, is reeling from the economic loss despite being the first to fully open last November