Phnom Penh: The Prime Minister of Cambodia, Hun Sen called on his compatriots, especially parents and guardians to continue to participate and support more actively jointly to prevent and solve any problems that may occur in the community.
In a congratulatory message on the occasion of the International Day against Drug Abuse on June 26, PM Hun Sen stated that good education for all children and grandchildren would enable them to grow, healthy and safe to avoid drug problems and negative social issues.
He said: “I would also like to ask parents and guardians to continue to take good care and educate their children so that they can grow up healthy and safe, avoiding drug problems and other negative social problems for the future of our children.”
At the same time, all ministries, institutions, the private sectors and religions must continue to enhance the implementation of drug education activities to address the challenges.
He said: “In particular, the media, artists, social media and Facebook page of the leadership, must continue to be linked to the content of the slogan 3 Don’t 1 report is: Do not be involved, do not intervene, do not exempt and must report to all authorities.”
The Prime Minister ordered the National Authority for Combating Drugs, the Capital, Provincial and Provincial Drug Control Committees and relevant institutions to continue strengthening the quality, efficiency and reliability of the provision of treatment and rehabilitation services to drug users to receive treatment. They must continue to implement more effective roles and responsibilities in preventing; suppressing and resolving all issues related to drugs and the control of chemicals in companies, factories, and enterprises to avoid any process of illegal drugs in Cambodia.