Phnom Penh (FN), Oct. 23 – Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen wrote on his Facebook page today conveying best wishes to compatriots on the 29th anniversary of the Paris Peace Agreement (23 October 1991 – 23 October 2020).
Prime Minister recalled that on 23 October 1991, he represented the Cambodian government to negotiate with the Late King Father Norodom Sihanouk who represented the tripartite movement (Funcinpec Movement, Khmer People's Liberation Front represented by Son Sann, the Democratic Kampuchea Movement represented by Khieu Samphan) in order to end the civil wars in Cambodia.
The premier reiterated that prior reaching Paris Peace Agreement, he had his first meeting with the Late King Father on 2 December 1987 at Fère-en-Tardenois in France, and jointly signed the joint communique. Then came the second Sihanouk-Hun Sen talks on 20-21 January 1988 in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France, and the following talks elsewhere.
Prime Minister Hun Sen underlined that even after the signing of Paris Peace Accord, civil wars in Cambodia continued to prolong by the Democratic Kampuchea (Pol Pot) side.
Hun Sen's Win-Win Policy, initiated in late December 1998, completely ended the civil war nationwide, bringing absolute peace and prosperity to the Kingdom until these days.