PHNOM PENH (FN), April 6 – Prime Minister Hun Sen’s eldest son, Hun Manet, as Chairman of Samdech Hun Sen Scholarship Committee for Poor Students, met and talked with Cambodian workers, students and permanent residents in South Korea over dinner on April 2, in celebration of the Khmer New Year, before returning home the following day.

Apart from thanking the premier as well as Mr. Manet for organizing such a happy event, participants to the dinner also requested the Prime Minister to organize the Khmer New Year celebration every year on the ground that it is not only an chance for fun but also an opportunity for Cambodians in South Korea to meet and talk with each other.

Talking to the participants, Manet said two temporary residence in South Korea have already been set up as of today with a view to helping Cambodian workers in South Korea with residential difficulties especially when they have to change either their jobs or work places.

Manet also thanked Cambodian worker associations in South Korea for providing support and services to those workers who face difficulties either in legal aspect or any others and said that his taskforce is in the process of discussing and looking into the possibility of setting up three more temporary residential centers in the near future.