“Cambodia My 2nd Home” was launched to great fanfare at a gala event attended by HE Nov Sokpheap, chairman of Khmer Home Charity Association, and HE Kirth Chantharith, director-general of the General Department of Immigration on July 22.
More than 600 government officials and other distinguished guests were in attendance at the glittering ceremony at Sofitel Phnom Penh Phokeethra as the ribbon was cut on the Cambodia My 2nd Home programme, which aims to promote trade and investment cooperation.
HE Top Sopheak, secretary of state at the Ministry of Tourism, HE Sderng Sokhom, secretary of state at the Ministry of Economy and Finance and HE Heng Sour, secretary of state at the Ministry of Labour And Vocational Training, were also guests of honour.
HE Nov Sokpheap gave a warm welcome, saying in opening remarks at the official opening ceremony that the concept of Cambodia My 2nd Home was “serving members and creating win-win cooperation”.
“The purpose of Cambodia My 2nd Home is promote the vision and mission of the association while strengthening trust and reliability in order to attract international investors to the Kingdom of Cambodia, especially in real estate, housing development and the areas of leisure, recreation, finance and information technology.
“Having fine-tuned marketing strategies, the Khmer Home Charity Association is proud to be hosting the official launch of the “Cambodia My 2nd Home” programme as the Kingdom offers the warmest of welcomes to investors,” Sokpheap said.
Chantharith, director-general of the General Department of Immigration under the Ministry of Interior, said that understanding the potential of Cambodia and the opportunities available, “Cambodia My 2nd Home” would be beneficial in contributing to the social-economic development of the Kingdom.
“The Ministry of Interior encourages the association to implement and make this programme a reality with it targeting resourceful foreigners, such as investors, entrepreneurs, researchers, scientists and intellectuals, with high knowledge and ability.
“They are the main driving force for the development of the country in this globalised, technologised, innovative era,” Chantharith said.
“Cambodia My 2nd Home”, curated by Khmer Home Charity Association, is the only official government programme approved by the Ministry of Interior allowing foreigners who are investors in housing and leisure development to stay in Cambodia and enjoy a full package.
The benefits include a 10-year “Golden Visa” and a broad range of VIP services to support members in investing and conducting business in Cambodia with confidence.
At the event, the first 18 “Cambodia My 2nd Home” members were invited on stage to receive premium gift boxes from Sokpheap, the chairman of Khmer Home Charity Association.
The night ended with broad smiles from all distinguished guests, knowing that the unique programme will generate greater investment and development in Cambodia.
Earlier in the day, Khmer Home Charity Association also launched the “Cambodia My 2nd Home” office, which is located at #199, St 63, corner of St 306, in Phnom Penh’s Boeung Keng Kang I. PHOTO SUPPLIED