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A letter of congratulations from Minister Khieu Kanharith

Minister of Information Khieu Kanharith.
Minister of Information Khieu Kanharith.

A letter of congratulations from Minister Khieu Kanharith

Dear Bill,

On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the establishment of The Phnom Penh Post, I would like to express my warmth and congratulations to the management team and all staff of The Phnom Penh Post for the fruitful results of the past 25 years.

Of course, the media sector in Cambodia 25 years ago compared to now has changed and improved remarkably. From the launch of a few media outlets, both print media and electronic media, to now, where there are multiple radio stations and many other print media organisations, with a large number of them being online. This clearly shows that the Kingdom of Cambodia is on the path of multi-party democracy and guarantees the freedom of press, as stated in the Constitution of the Kingdom of Cambodia.

I hope that The Phnom Penh Post will continue to contribute to the Cambodian people by protecting and maintaining the achievements the Kingdom of Cambodia has made over the last 25 years and broadcast positively across the world the potential of Cambodia for the benefit and prosperity of its people.

Once again, I would like to wish The Phnom Penh Post’s management team and staff on this precious occasion much success for the future. The publisher of The Phnom Penh Post, please receive my best regards.

Minister Khieu Kanharith

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