Cambodia slams 2 U.S. politicians for interfering in country’s internal affairs

Cambodia on Friday lashed out at two U.S. politicians for interfering in the country’s domestic affairs after they called for the release of jailed activists.

Foreign Ministry’s spokesperson said in a statement that the kingdom is disappointed by the politically-motivated allegations made on Sept. 15 by two U.S. political figures, namely Congressman Alan Lowenthal and Assistant Secretary of State Robert A. Destro.

The statement said Cambodian authority’s measures on those law-breakers were to ensure peace, social order and public health in the country.

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