U.S. Ambassador Enjoys His Diplomatic Mission in Cambodia
AKP Phnom Penh, June 29, 2012 –
Newly-appointed U.S. Ambassador to Cambodia H.E. William E. Todd expressed his pleasure in doing his diplomatic mission in Cambodia during a talk here yesterday with Cambodia’s Information Minister H.E. Khieu Kanharith.
He chose Cambodia for his diplomatic mission as he saw the country enjoying a full peace and security, he said of duties assigned by the U.S. government.
He also appreciated Cambodia for the national development, notably Cambodia’s dynamic and energetic youths.
During his diplomatic terms, he said, he will do his utmost to enhance the ties of friendship and further cooperation between the two countries.
Regarding the energetic and dynamic youths interesting him, the information minister suggested meeting firstly with journalists and students.
The minister asked the U.S. diplomat to give a presentation to Cambodian journalists and students on the U.S. presidential election system as the U.S. will prepare for electing a new president in the near future.
He also gave H.E. William E. Todd an argument in interrupting the broadcast of Free Asia Radio and Voice of America Radio in the two days before the Commune/Sangkat Council Election took place.
The new U.S. ambassador hailed the process of the Commune/Sangkat Council Election being held in the country, hoping that the Cambodian parliamentary election will be conducted successfully in mid-2013.
Prior to serving as current ambassador to Cambodia, H.E. William E. Todd was the U.S. Ambassador to Brunei Darussalam.
Article in Khmer by HUN Yuth Kun
Article in English by THOU Peou