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Wednesday, 7.3.2007: Samdech Hun Sen Asks Korea to Continue to Keep Leading in Five Sectors in Cambodia

Posted on 7 March 2007. Filed under: Week 498 |

The Mirror, Vol. 11, No. 498

“Takhmao: Samdech Hun Sen, the Prime Minister of the Royal Government of Cambodia, asked South Korea to keep leading in five sectors in Cambodia.

“The Prime Minister granted Mr. Kim Kwan-Yong, the Governor of the Province of Gyeongsangbukdo in the Republic of Korea an audience in his villa in Takhmao, in the evening of 5 March. Samdech Hun Sen said that Korea is leading in five sectors in Cambodia: 1. Investment, 2. Tourism, 3. Culture, 4 Information Technology, and 5. Human Resources Development.

“Mr. Eang Sophaleth, an assistant to Samdech Hun Sen, told reporters that Samdech Hun Sen requested South Korea to continue to help Cambodia through these leading five sectors, so that the Republic of Korea can continue to be leading in these five sectors.

“Mr. Kim Kwan-Yong informed Samdech Hun Sen of the purpose to come to Cambodia at this time, in order to build two cultural centers in Cambodia, one of which will be built in Siem Reap, and the other in Phnom Penh; and he also would like to invite Samdech Prime Minister Hun Sen and Lady Bun Rany to participate in the Gyeongju World Culture Exhibition in the Republic of Korea in September 2007.

“Samdech Prime Minister Hun Sen supported Mr. Kim Kwan-Yong’s decision to establish two cultural centers in Cambodia. Samdech Hun Sen said that one of the two cultural centers would be built in the place where the Angkor-Gyeongju World Culture Expo 2006 had been held in Siem Reap [co-hosted by the Royal Government of Cambodia and the Republic of Korea] from 21 November 2006 to 9 January 2007]. But in Phnom Penh, the Ministry of Culture has so far been looking for a location for constructing the other cultural building.

“Samdech Hun Sen accepted Mr. Kim Kwan-Yong”s invitation and stated that he would find an appropriate time to participate in the Gyeongju World Culture Exhibition of the Republic of Korea.” Rasmei Kampuchea, Vol.15, #4229, 7.3.2007

Newspapers Appearing on the Newsstand:
Wednesday, 7 March 2007

Deum Ampil, Vol.2, #11, 7-13.3.2007

  • Wait And See Whether The Prime Minister Really Means It Or Not About Firing [the three-star] General Involved in Land Grabbing [as announced a few days ago]
  • Corruption In Taking Laborers To Work In Korea Has Caused Korean Government To Stop Recognizing Private [Labor Supply] Companies

Kampuchea Thmey, Vol.6, #1284, 7.3.2007

  • Anarchy Of Land Grabbing In Sihanoukville Affects The Commune Council Election [the city governor said villagers are illegally squatting on prohibited areas]
  • Violence On Women Still Exists While Cambodia Is Celebrating International Women’s Day On 8 March [Cambodian Women’s Crisis Center received more than 2,000 complaints about abuses during the last two years]

Khmer Mekong, Vol.5, #244, 6-7.3.2007

  • Administration Of Khmer Rouge Tribunal Demands Open Society Justice Initiative To Apologize If It Wants To Resume Its Work [said the tribunal spokesperson Reach Sambath]
  • Authorities Never Say A Word About Illegal Casino [in Kandal] Under The Name Of Chrey Thum Guest House

Koh Santepheap, Vol.40, #5984, 7.3.2007

  • Tank Mine Claimed Three Lives: Tragedy Took Place With A Blind Father And Two Sons [collecting firewood in Bavel, Battambang]
  • Authorities Postponed Enforcing Decision To Tear Down Houses [in Ou Chrov, Banteay Meanchey, when 49 families rallied to protest against it]
  • [Dangkao, Phnom Penh authorities] Call Businesspeople Who Dig Deep For Soil [for sale] to Stop Their Activities [not following master plan and technical standards affects the environment]
  • Her Excellency Dr. Men Samon [Minister of Parliamentary Affairs and Inspection] Distributed Donations to 1,100 Female Officials [during the 97th Anniversary of 8 March Women’s Day in Phnom Penh. Each received one sarong and Riel 50,000 – approximately US$13]
  • Four Cars Smuggling Goods [shoes and clothes] From Yuon [Vietnam] Were Confiscated; Tax Officials Shared The Achievement [of their successful action] Together To Get Them Recognized For Good Professional Credits

Moneaksekar Khmer, Vol.14, #3103, 7.3.2007

  • The Three-Star General Whom Hun Sen Threatened To Demote Due To Land Grabbing In Koh Taken And Koh Slaa Is [Cambodian People’s Party Central Committee Member] Chao Phirun
  • Mr. Sam Rainsy Asks The European Union To Help To Make The National Election Committee To Act More Responsibly To Ensure Transparent Elections

Rasmei Angkor, Vol.14, #1154, 7.3.2007

  • Bravo! Samdech Hun Cracked Down On One General Involved in Land Stealing; But How About Many Others?

Rasmei Kampuchea, Vol.15, #4229, 7.3.2007

  • Samdech Hun Sen Asks Korea To Continue To Keep Leading In Five Sectors In Cambodia
  • Old Funcinpec Headquarters In Siem Reap Was Sold, New Headquarter Is Constructed On Prohibited Area [Apsara Authority said the construction does not have authorization from them or from any other authority]
  • Fence Construction To Block People’s Pass Causes Anger [constructed on land disputed by Phanimex Company, Kandal]
  • Asia Development Bank Agrees On $42 Million Loan For Railway Repair [along with $7.8 million grant]
  • 220 Young Men and Women Were Ordained To Be Monks And Nuns [for 12 days] To Educate Them About Morality [and avoid doing drugs in Kratie. They voluntarily did it with the World Fellowship of Buddhist Youth]

http://www.wfby.org/index.html

Sralanh Khmer, Vol.3, #346, 7.3.2007

  • Government Hides Detailed Report On Oil Resources [contract details not made available to National Assembly]

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