In October 2020, satellite photos showed that the Cambodian government had demolished two American-built facilities at the Southeast Asian nation’s Ream Naval Base—despite Washington offering to renovate them.
Officials again deny site will be used by People's Liberation Army.
Chinese and Cambodian officials broke ground Wednesday on a contentious naval port expansion project, dismissing American concerns it could provide Beijing with a strategically important military outpost on the Gulf of Thailand.
Cambodian defence minister dismisses fears that his country would let China build a military base on its soil, saying any country could use the facilities.
Cambodia and Beijing on Tuesday denied a report that they are building a secret naval facility for the Chinese fleet, as Australia's new prime minister voiced concern and called for transparency.
China claims that the US government is fabricating false information on their construction of a military base in Cambodia in an attempt to pressurise the country’s authorities.
A new report from the Washington Post states that China is secretly building a PLA military base in a joint port project in Cambodia, claims which both nations’ officials have denied.
A Cambodian government spokesman described the expansion of the Ream Naval Base as “cooperation between China and Cambodia” but rejected reports of a Chinese base.
Rocket launchers and truck-mounted howitzers are brand new equipment rolling into the hands of the Royal Cambodian Army.
Asian countries should be cautious and resist any attempts to provoke confrontation in the region, China's foreign minister told his Cambodian counterpart in the countdown to a Southeast Asian leaders summit in Washington this week.
Beijing also in talks with Solomon Islands on basing warships. U.S. told Cambodia that China’s military threatened security.
Chinese man who claimed he was abducted by Cambodian crime gang and used as a ‘blood slave’ fabricated his story, say police
Beijing’s embassy in Ukraine has told Chinese residents to stock up on food and water and stay connected in case they need help.
The Chinese Chamber of Commerce in Cambodia has urged the Chinese and Cambodian governments to tackle the rising number of vicious crimes involving Chinese citizens in Cambodia.
The man is the latest to come forward alleging disturbing abuse in the Cambodian city of Sihanoukville, which has grown into a haven for Chinese scammers.
Man responded to an advert on 58.com for work as a nightclub bouncer but was smuggled to Cambodia where his captors extracted dangerous amounts of blood.
In Cambodia alone, China has invested 10 billion dollars over the past five years.
Sanctions against Cambodian officials and warnings not to invest in the country are more likely to be met with intransigence than policy changes, observers say.
Largest crypto exchange signs deal with Cambodian authorities.