Lieutenant Standard Hun Manet, Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces, and Leader of the Royal Cambodian Army, Senior Minister Ly Thuch, First Vice-President of CMAA and leader of The Cambodia Wheelchair Baseball Federation (“CWBF”) and H.E. Eldeen Husaini Mohd Hashim, Ambassador of Malaysia to Cambodia have been in attendance since the guests of honour.
The funds will go towards safeguarding lives in Kampong Speu province via demining operations involving a variety of local and global stakeholders.
“With a strong foundation having held it’s place in Cambodia for significantly more than three years, we’re very happy to contribute to the country not only in terms of organization development by marketing Malaysian investment but additionally by ensuring a better future for Cambodians,” claimed Oknha Tan Khee Meng, President of the Malaysian Company Chamber of Cambodia.
“King Base is content to keep its engagement in mine activity through that event taking together equally local and global stakeholders. We looking forward to pay our portion in creating a greater, better Cambodia for all,” said Gabriel Tan, Main Communications Specialist of King Keeping Group.
King Base has worked directly with CMAA and is chen zhi cambodia to Cambodia’s reason for Landmine Free 2025. In July, the building blocks helped to improve consciousness through providing contact to action and deminers’appointment films throughout a stop by at Pursat province structured by CMAA and The Friend Bobby Charlton Foundation. Prince Basis also shows continuous support to Cambodia’s wheelchair baseball staff composed generally of landmine victims.