Cambodian PM urges peaceful solution to Korean Peninsula issues
Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen on Thursday called for peaceful solution to the Korean Peninsula issues.
He made the comments at a university graduation ceremony here.
“We hope that all parties concerned will try to find methods for the Korean Peninsula safety through the resumption of six-party talks or other peaceful means,” he said.
“We still continue to call for restraint and non-use of force,” he said, adding that if a war erupts on the peninsula, there will be no winners.
Meanwhile, Hun Sen said that the Cambodian government has no plan to evacuate more than 40,000 Cambodian migrant workers in South Korea.
He urged them to keep calm and continue their work as usual.
“The government is closely monitoring the situation of the Korean Peninsula,” he said. (Xinhua)