Logo of Phnom Penh Post newspaper Phnom Penh Post - Rattanakiri welcomes NOCC's 'Sport for All'

Rattanakiri welcomes NOCC's 'Sport for All'

Rattanakiri welcomes NOCC's 'Sport for All'

The National Olympic Committee of Cambodia is set to host its three-day ‘Sport For All’ programme in Rattanakiri province starting this Sunday. The event, which was held last year in Preah Sihanouk province, is aimed at introducing and promoting sports in provincial Cambodia. “All programmes of the Olympic Movement in Cambodia relating to sports are supported and funded by the [International Olympic Committee] through the Olympic Solidarity Programme,” said NOCC President and Tourism Minister Thong Khon. Around 100 athletes and trainers will depart Phnom Penh for the trip to the north-east on Saturday to help participate in the event.

MOST VIEWED

  • EU officials: Ending EBA an 18-month procedure

    EU officials have confirmed that it will take a total of 18 months to complete the procedure if Cambodia’s preferential Everything But Arms (EBA) trade agreement is to be withdrawn. According to EU Agriculture and Rural Development spokesman Daniel Rosario, the formal process has not

  • IPU slams government claim

    The president of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU), Gabriela Cuevas Barron, has refuted a claim by the National Assembly that she “highly appreciated the achievements of Cambodia” in its July national elections with a tweet saying “Of course not!” before adding “No congratulations”. A delegation from

  • Conflict lingers on Paris Accords

    As the Kingdom prepares to commemorate on October 23 the 27th anniversary of the signing of the 1991 Paris Peace Accords, which ushered in an end to nearly two decades of civil war, there is political conflict on whether the tenets of the agreement are still being

  • EU agrees VN trade deal despite rights concerns

    The EU on Wednesday agreed to a free-trade agreement (FTA) with Vietnam, a country described as having a “major rights-abusing government”. This comes amid the 28-nation bloc preparing the procedure for a possible withdrawal of Cambodia’s Everything But Arms (EBA) preferential trade agreement on