In the updated Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) submitted to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) at the end of 2020, Cambodia targets a 42 per cent reduction in GHG emissions by 2030 relative to the Business as Usual (BAU) level in 2016.
In the current global climate, the expense associated with maintaining peace is increasing at a rapid pace.
This year looks to be a challenging one for the global economy, with global growth decelerating owing to monetary tightening and Russia’s war in Ukraine continuing to weigh on activity.
May 1 is widely known as Labour Day, a day when we celebrate the contribution of workers worldwide. It is a moment for pride, celebration and hope.
The recent global energy crisis has shown that a secure energy transition is more pressing than ever. ASEAN and China, two of the world’s largest players in the energy sector, have a critical role to play.
Last year, Cambodia served as the ASEAN chair for the third time under the theme “ASEAN ACT: Addressing Challenges Together”.
Diplomatic ties between Cambodia and South Korea were re-established on October 30, 1997.
Cambodia is a country-coordinator for the ASEAN-Russia relations (2021-2024).
For years, each of our countries had its own system to monitor and measure five important components of the Mekong River’s wellbeing: hydrology, sediment, ecological health, water quality and fisheries.
I followed the formation of the International Criminal Court (ICC) when the Rome Statute was adopted in the Italian capital in 1998 at the same time when the Khmer Rouge tribunal was being debated in Cambodia, led by a proposal to the UN by Prime Minister Hun Sen.