Prime Minister Hun Sen announced plans to invest hundreds of millions of dollars to buy agricultural products from farmers to prevent traders from artificially lowering prices – if the ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) is re-elected
During the lockdowns brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Choeung Ek Genocide Centre fell silent.
The Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sport said the more than 1,000 students who earned A grades in last year’s high school examinations are set for their February 2 meeting with Prime Minister Hun Sen.
Rong Chhun, an outspoken political activist who had served time in prison in recent years, has announced his intention to enter politics with the Candlelight Party (CP) and run in the parliamentary election this July.
Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Dith Tina met for talks with Nurmi Pangest, the representative of the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) in Cambodia, to strengthen cooperation on agriculture and food security.
The Ministry of Health on February 1 reported no new Covid-19 community cases and two new recoveries.
At least four people were killed and another seriously injured in two different fires, one at a nightclub in Sihanoukville and the other at a house in Phnom Penh’s Tuol Kork district.
An inter-ministerial committee tasked with combating fisheries crimes at Tonle Sap Lake has issued a five-point action plan designed to preserve it as a natural resource for long-term public interests.
Indian and Cambodian officials on January 30 planted 70 trees at Jayavarman-Norodom Phnom Kulen National Park in Siem Reap, in a ceremony held to commemorate the 70th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two nations and to inspire people to care for the forest.
The Cambodian Red Cross (CRC) has signed an agreement with the Finnish Red Cross (FRC) on a programme to promote humanitarian and community health activities in four provinces.