Phnom Penh (FN), June 30 – Before departing to Geneva, Switzerland next week, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen, on Sunday, announced that he serves the kingdom from the bottom of his heart for better economic growth and people’s wellbeing.

“I am pleased to work tirelessly for our country’s economic growth and our people’s wellbeing,” Prime Minister wrote on his Facebook.

“Cambodia needs to promote good relations and cooperation with other countries in the region and the world, and with trade partners to open a wider market for Cambodian products,” he added.

At the invitation of Roberto Azevêdo, Director-General of the World Trade Organization (WTO), Prime Minister Hun Sen will lead a high-level delegation to participate in the Aid-for-Trade Global Review 2019 to be held from 3-5 July 2019 in Geneva, Switzerland.

Given Cambodia’s impressive achievements on economic diversification and the success of poverty eradication over the past decades, Prime Minister has been invited to deliver keynote remarks at the opening session during which he will highlight Cambodia’s experience, efforts, and strategies to overcome challenges and bring about remarkable economic growth to Cambodia. He will announce the official launching of Cambodia’s Trade Integration Strategy 2019-2023 and speak at the Social Program organized by the WTO.

On the sidelines of this Global Review 2019, Prime Minister will deliver a speech at the 41st Universal Periodic Review on Human Rights where a clear and important message to express Cambodia’s strong commitment to upholding human rights and democracy in Cambodia.

During his stay in Geneva, Prime Minister is expected to have separate meetings with H.E. Ville Skinnari, Minister for Development Cooperation and Foreign Trade of Finland; Ratnakar Adhikari, Executive Director of the Enhanced Integrated Framework of the WTO; and Mrs. Michelle Bachelet, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, and other foreign leaders.

Prime Minister will also receive courtesy calls by representatives of some European companies and take the opportunity to meet with members of the Cambodian community living in Switzerland and some other European countries.