National Assembly (NA) president Heng Samrin advised 10 newly appointed Cambodian ambassadors to focus on working on behalf of their nation and people while station abroad by improving cooperation and friendly contacts at all levels with their host countries.
Cambodia and Japan have agreed to resume the Dialogue on Human Rights as well as a programme for young Cambodian politicians to travel to Japan, while also expressing satisfaction at the recovering bilateral trade, which has almost reached pre-pandemic levels.
The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries plans to establish a museum in Tbong Khmum province to promote the history of rubber cultivation and the industry in Cambodia.
The Preah Sihanouk Provincial Authority has begun sharing the legal requirements concerning the employment of foreigners with large businesses in the province and called for all business owners to obey the law.
As of January 24, the government has spent more than $930 million in cash support for poor and vulnerable households affected by Covid-19, with nearly 2.8 million people receiving payments.
Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Dith Tina encourages lecturers at the Prek Leap National Institute of Agriculture to pursue their mission of imparting knowledge to students.
The government has announced its intention to establish a nationwide digital network, known as Educational Broadcasting Cambodia (EBC).
The Ministry of Commerce and the Ministry of Economy and Finance met on January 23 to prepare an inter-ministerial prakas on the management of halal products aimed at providing public services and distributing revenue to businesses.
With high winds and heavy seas forecast, the Preah Sihanouk Provincial Administration has appealed to fishermen and ferry operators in coastal regions and on islands to temporarily suspend taking to the open water.
Officials from the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport say they are investigating the disciplinary action of a teacher at Samdech Techo Hun Sen Sampov Loun High School in Battambang province, who used a set of clippers to cut the already short hair of several male.