FIREWORKS ILLUMINATE 70 YEARS OF RELATIONS BETWEEN CAMBODIA AND JAPAN
Commemorating the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Cambodia and Japan, the Prime Ministers of both nations recently exchanged official letters.
To celebrate this remarkable milestone, the Japan Association of Cambodia orchestrated a stunning firework display in front of the Royal Palace last evening. This dazzling showcase, spanning an hour and ten minutes (from 7:00 PM to 8:10 PM), adorned the Cambodian night sky with an array of vibrant colours and stunning aerial effects.
This celebratory event was initiated following a special request made earlier in the year by former Prime Minister Hun Sen to Mr Fumi Akita Kahasi, the former Japanese Ambassador to Cambodia and current President of the Cambodia-Japan Association.
The exchange of official letters between the Prime Ministers highlights the enduring and robust ties binding the two nations. The captivating fireworks display stands as a tribute to this enduring friendship, captivating spectators with its stunning blend of colours and light.
This significant moment serves as a testament to the deep-seated connections between Cambodia and Japan - a special relationship that has thrived over the past 70 years. As both countries gaze into the future, their partnership is poised to continue nurturing mutual growth and prosperity for all.