Phnom Penh (FN), Jun. 6 – Cambodian prime minister Hun Sen encouraged more efforts on providing training for judicial professionals to strengthen the kingdom’s justice system.

The premier spoke on Tuesday morning (June 6) at an inauguration of new buildings of the Royal Academy for Justice of Cambodia in Phnom Penh.

The premier pointed out that Cambodia’s judicial system needs further reform. In particular, regional appeals courts were established to resolve the bottleneck of appeals in the justice system. In this sense, we need more human resources.

Meanwhile, Samdech was delighted to see that each ministry pays attention to training human resources to serve its sector.

On that occasion, premier Hun Sen also thanked foreign friends who have contributed to the reform of the judiciary in Cambodia, in particular the Japanese friends. The premier considered that their contribution strengthened the rule of law and law enforcement in Cambodia.