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In Response To America .. Cambodia: We Will Not Allow The Establishment Of Military Bases On Our Ter

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In Response To America .. Cambodia: We Will Not Allow The Establishment Of Military Bases On Our Ter

Post by rocky on Mon Nov 19, 2018 5:14 am

In Response To America .. Cambodia: We Will Not Allow The Establishment Of Military Bases On Our Territory
At 12:53 | 19-11-2018
ANSAR / Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen on Monday responded to a letter from US Vice President Mike Pence, expressing concern over the possibility of a Chinese naval outpost in the kingdom, while stressing that his country would not allow the establishment of a foreign military base on its territory.
"Cambodia's constitution prohibits the presence of foreign troops or foreign military bases on its territory, and the only possible exception is the UN," Sen said at the cabinet meeting.
"Cambodia does not need any country to wage war on its territory and does not need foreigners fighting on Khmer soil as before," he said, referring to the campaign of US strikes in Cambodia from 1969 to 1973 on the sidelines of the Vietnam War.
Hun Sen, who has led the country for nearly 30 years, said he "received a message from the vice president in this regard."
"He rejected all information that manipulates the truth," he said, condemning "those who use Chinese investors and tourists as a pretext to defame Cambodia."
According to press information, Beijing is exerting pressure to build a port that can be used as a naval base in Koh Kong in southwest Cambodia.
 The site is located near the Gulf of Thailand, which provides an easy route to the South China Sea. Beijing, for historical reasons, demands the majority of this maritime area and is trying to tighten its grip on it.
America, once a military force in the region, fears a possible Chinese base in Koh Kong could threaten regional balance. Ending / 62


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