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Cambodia's Ministry of Justice Asks Cyprus Counterpart to Take Part in Revealing Truth

Cambodia's Minister of Justice, Koeut Rith, has sent a letter on Wednesday to the Minister of Justice and Public Order of the Republic of Cyprus, Stephie Dracos. She is requesting for cooperation in research confirming the official facts regarding the exaggerated allegations against the Prime Minister of Cambodia that he has a passport of the Republic of Cyprus.

 The letter says, "As stated in the above article, I have the honor to inform the Minister that the Ministry of Justice of the Kingdom of Cambodia has recently found that some newspapers such as The Guardian and The Washington Post have published the results. According to a research report called "The Pandora Papers Investigation", there are also exaggerated allegations that the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia, Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo Hun Sen, has a passport of the Republic of Cyprus."

 Rith has reiterated the stand of the Cambodians defending Prime Minister Hun Sen saying, " Our Prime Minister is a Cambodian hero who has led the struggle to end more than two decades of war and brought complete peace and territorial unity. Abundance of peace and prosperity for the people of Cambodia and Cambodia. Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo Hun Sen, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia, is the only Cambodian citizen and has repeatedly publicly declared to the Cambodian people his unwavering political position: Cambodia will never run away from the Cambodian people and Cambodia, no matter how difficult the circumstances. ”

The has stressed that this report has seriously affected the honor and dignity of the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia, as well as the Kingdom of Cambodia and the Cambodian people as a whole.

It concludes saying, "Therefore, the Ministry of Justice of the Kingdom of Cambodia would like to request the cooperation of the Minister to investigate the allegations of exaggeration against the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia, whether he has a passport of the Republic of Cyprus or a Cypriot citizen, as stated above."

Cambodia's Minister of Justice asks for the dissemination of the truth proving to the public and the people of Cambodia as well as to ensure the honor and dignity not only of the Prime Minister but of Cambodia as a whole.



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