CGTN: 65 years on, opening a new era for the China-Cambodia community with a shared future


BEIJING, Feb. 11, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia Hun Sen, who is also the old friend and good friend of the Chinese people, paid a three-day official visit to China after the Chinese New Year.

From February 9 to 11, apart from meeting with Chinese leaders, Hun Sen attended the launching ceremony of the China-Cambodia Friendship Year and the opening ceremony of the China-Cambodia business, investment and tourism forum and witnessed the signing of a series of cooperation documents, covering fields including diplomacy, economy and trade, development cooperation, agricultural products, infrastructure and media.

On the occasion of the 65th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations, China and Cambodia are ready to further bilateral cooperation through “one position, six-way cooperation and two corridors,” Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Sun Weidong told China Media Group (CMG) on Friday.

One position

China and Cambodia on Saturday issued a joint statement on building a China-Cambodia community with a shared future in the new era, a key consensus the two sides reached during Hun Sun’s visit.

The statement read “no matter how the international landscape may evolve, China and Cambodia will unswervingly deepen their iron-clad friendship, carry out mutually beneficial and win-win practical cooperation and promote the building of a community with a shared future.”

This echoed the Chinese president’s call during his meeting with Hun Sen, as Xi Jinping stressed China is ready to share opportunities, seek cooperation, and promote development with Cambodia and urged efforts to building a high-quality, high-level, and high-standard China-Cambodia community with a shared future in the new era for bringing more benefits to the two peoples and contributing more positive energy to regional peace, stability and development.

For his part, Hun Sen said he wants to send a clear message through his visit three years ago and the current visit that the Cambodian people will always stand firmly with the Chinese people. He vowed to push for more achievements of the Cambodia-China comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership and jointly build a Cambodia-China community with a shared future.

Six-way cooperation

During Hun Sun’s visit, the two sides also reached a consensus on the China-Cambodia “Diamond Hexagon” cooperation framework.

As the Chinese president noted, the two sides could build a cooperation framework in politics, production capacity, agriculture, energy, security, and people-to-people and cultural exchanges. Hun Sen fully agreed with China’s proposal of the cooperation framework.

The cooperation framework is written into the joint statement with detailed cooperation plans for the six major areas.

Thus, the two sides have already taken practical actions in some areas. The China-Cambodia business, investment and tourism forum, which Hun Sun attended, attracted some 300 government and business representatives from the two countries.

The forum aims to provide the latest information on the two sides’ policies on trade, investment and tourism, and serve as a platform to discuss, exchange experiences and connect with potential business partners to foster cooperation.

According to the Chinese Ministry of Commerce, China has continued to be Cambodia’s largest trading partner for 11 consecutive years with bilateral trade volume hitting a record high again in 2022, expanding 17.5 percent year on year to $16.02 billion.

Cambodia has also pinned high hopes for its tourism recovery after Chinese tourists gradually returned to the Southeast Asian nation. China was the largest source of foreign tourists to Cambodia in the pre-pandemic era.

According to Cambodia’s Tourism Minister Thong Khon, his country received 25,000 Chinese tourists in January and will try to attract between 800,000 and one million Chinese tourists in 2023.

Two corridors

As highlighted in the joint statement, the two countries also agreed to focus on the building of two corridors: the industrial development corridor centered on Sihanoukville Province and the fish-rice corridor in the Tonle Sap Lake area.

To build an industrial development corridor, China will encourage more Chinese firms to invest in Cambodia and facilitate the Sihanoukville Special Economic Zone (SSEZ), Xi told Hun Sen.

The 11-square-km SSEZ currently houses approximately 170 factories across the world with a total investment of more than $1.3 billion, creating around 30,000 jobs.

As Xi urged efforts to carry out agricultural cooperation near lakes, the two countries agreed to jointly build the fish-rice corridor with a multi-dimensional, composite and efficient modern agricultural system.

According to a report released by the Cambodian Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, China is one of the key importers of Cambodia’s agricultural produce in 2022. About 689,702 tonnes of Cambodian agricultural products had been shipped to China during the January-November period in 2022.


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GLOBALLY RECOGNIZED ROSEN LAW FIRM Encourages Dlocal Limited Investors to Inquire About Class Action Investigation – DLO


NEW YORK, Feb. 11, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — WHY: Rosen Law Firm, a global investor rights law firm, announces an investigation of potential securities claims on behalf of shareholders of DLocal Limited (NASDAQ: DLO) resulting from allegations that dLocal may have issued materially misleading business information to the investing public.

SO WHAT: If you purchased dLocal securities you may be entitled to compensation without payment of any out of pocket fees or costs through a contingency fee arrangement. The Rosen Law Firm is preparing a class action seeking recovery of investor losses.

WHAT TO DO NEXT: To join the prospective class action, go to or call Phillip Kim, Esq. toll-free at 866-767-3653 or email or for information on the class action.

WHAT IS THIS ABOUT: On November 16, 2022, Muddy Waters Research (“Muddy Waters”) published a report entitled “DLO: ‘History Never Repeats Itself, but it Does Often Rhyme,’” which concluded that “DLO is likely a fraud” and stated that the Company “has repeated disclosures about its TPV and accounts receivable that flatly contradict one another. There is also a contradictory discrepancy between two key subsidiaries’ accounts payable and accounts receivable. These types of seemingly innocuous misstatements are, instead, often signs of cooked books because it can become quite a strain to keep the numbers straight once you start manipulating them.” In addition, the report stated that “Management and directors dumped an extraordinary ~$1 billion in shares within the first five months of DLO being public. A spate of recent high-level departures brings to mind the idiom about ‘rats fleeing a sinking ship.’”

On this news, dLocal’s stock price fell $10.76 per share, or 50%, to close at $10.46 per share on November 16, 2022.

Then, on December 1, 2022, Muddy Waters published a second report stating that dLocal has held calls with clients from several banks, stressing that it had separated client funds from its own. The report also said that dLocal’s calls with clients were “non-specific” and “sweet-talking,” and that “all [the Company] needed to do to address this issue was provide an explanation as to how the cash flows reconcile.”

On this news, dLocal’s stock price fell $2.21 per share, or 15%, to close at $12.39 per share on December 1, 2022.

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‫تقييم مجلة Windpower Monthly لتوربينات SANY SE-17260 كواحدة من أفضل 10 توربينات رياح برية (5.6 ميجا واط زائد) لعام 2022


بكين، 11 فبراير 2023 / PRNewswire / — تفخر شركة SANY للطاقة المتجددة (“ SANY ” أو “الشركة”) بالإعلان عن تقييم توربينات الرياح SE-17260 التابعة للشركة مؤخرًا كأحد أفضل 10 توربينات رياح برية (5.6 ميجا واط زائد) لعام 2022 من قبل مجلة Windpower Monthly ، الرائدة عالميًا التي تعنى بقطاع الطاقة الريحية في العالم. هذه هي السنة الثانية على التوالي التي تحصل فيها توربينات SE-17260 من شركة SANY للطاقة المتجددة على مثل هذا التقدير المرموق، وهو شهادة على الأداء المتميز والموثوقية والكفاءة للتوربينات، ومكانة الشركة في مجال الطاقة الريحية في العالم.

قال تشو فوجوي، رئيس مجلس إدارة شركة ساني للطاقة المتجددة: “يؤكد الترتيب العالي من مجلة Windpower Monthly مرة أخرى على مكانة شركة SANY للطاقة المتجددة كواحدة من الشركات الرائدة عالميًا في مجال الطاقة الريحية. تقود تكنولوجيا الطاقة الريحية زمام المبادرة في دفع الابتكار الأخضر العالمي، والتطور السريع للطاقة الريحية يوفر فرصة جديدة كمصدر متجدد منخفض السعر وفعال للعالم لتحقيق طموح صفر تلوث. إن شركة ساني للطاقة المتجددة ستبني على خبرتها في مجال الطاقة المتجددة لدفع الاختراقات التكنولوجية للطاقة الريحية، مما يحقق قيمة أكبر للعملاء بمنتجات وخدمات عالية الجودة مع خلق مستقبل أكثر اخضرارًا بواسطة التصنيع الذكي.

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تتمتع توربينات SE-17260 من شركة SANY للطاقة المتجددة، وهي عضو في سلسلة 6. XMW ، بأداء ممتاز في السوق منذ بدايتها العالمية. في عام 2022، حقق المولد طلبية شراء تبلغ 2400 ميجاوات وتم تركيبه في العديد من المشاريع في الصين، بما في ذلك شينجيانغ ومنغوليا الداخلية وجيلين وقانسو ومقاطعة هيبي. في نفس العام، تم توصيل جميع توربينات الرياح البرية البالغ حجمها 6.25 ميجاوات والبالغ عددها 64 توربينات في مزرعة بيداكياو السابعة للرياح، وهي أول مشروع تجاري لطاقة الرياح على نطاق واسع في الصين يضم طرازات 6. XMW ، بالشبكة لتوليد الطاقة، بإجمالي القدرة المركبة للمشروع تصل إلى 400 ميجاوات.

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تم تجهيز المنصات البرية 6. XMW التابعة لشركة SANY للطاقة المتجددة بتصميم محمل فردي لسلسلة القيادة الرئيسية وتضم محول 35 كيلو فولت فوق الكنة. تم تحسينها من خلال أحدث تقنيات التحكم وتصميم النظام وتقنية المحاكاة الرقمية، وتعد توربينات الرياح من SANY أخف وزنًا وأكثر أمانًا واستقرارًا وأكثر ذكاءً. الترتيب الذي يضع توربينات SANY’s SE-17260 كواحد من أفضل توربينات الرياح البرية يسلط الضوء على قدرتها التنافسية القوية في السوق وريادتها التكنولوجية.

بالتطلع إلى المستقبل، ستواصل شركة SANY للطاقة المتجددة التركيز على رؤيتها التكنولوجية لتطوير برج أعلى، وتوليد طاقة أكبر، ووزن أخف مع شفرات أطول وقدرات ذكية أقوى، وتوفير حلول طاقة الرياح فعالة من حيث التكلفة لخفض تكاليف مزارع الرياح. لن يساعد ذلك في تحقيق قيمة أعلى للعملاء فحسب، بل يساعد أيضًا على تمكين الاقتصاد العالمي من الإسراع نحو أهداف التخلص من الكربون.

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Kenyatta backs complete regional force deployment into DR Congo

BUJUMBURA (Burundi)— Former Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta asked countries in the East African Community to fully deploy troops to the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Speaking for the first time after the EAC’s extra-ordinary Summit in Bujumbura, Kenyatta, the EAC facilitator of the EAC-led peace process in the Congo, said the troops should help buffer liberated areas in eastern DRC from a clash between government forces and rebels.

“The Facilitator urges the countries of the East African Community Regional Force (EACRF) to deploy and take up their positions urgently and without further delay throughout eastern DRC, and in the case of North Kivu, for the regional force to interpose itself between the fighting forces in areas where the withdrawal of the armed groups has been effected,” Kenyatta said in a statement.

He did not attend the Summit in Bujumbura last Saturday, citing logistical problems and short notice. But Kenyatta said he endorsed the decisions by leaders of the East African Community who asked for a ceasefire, rebels to withdraw and for defence chiefs to decide new timelines for withdrawals of rebels.

The call for deployment, however, may imply his fervent support for the EACRF, authorised last year to be the EAC mission in DR Congo to help bring peace.

But the EACRF has been dogged by protests in Goma as civilians demand that it battles M23 rebels and allows Congolese forces to take over territory left by rebels. In Addition, some of the troop-contributing countries such as South Sudan and Uganda, which announced plans to deploy, are yet to be brought onto the scene. South Sudan faced opposition from Congolese officials. Uganda and Burundi had already deployed troops under a bilateral arrangement with DRC.

Kenyatta insists that the EACRF be deployed to protect civilians and prevent clashes between the M23 and Congolese forces (FARDC). So far, only the Kenyan troops in the EACRF are in Goma but have not yet entered combat.


12 Al-Shabab Fighters Killed in Airstrike, US Military Says

The United States military reported Sunday that 12 al-Shabab militants were killed in a new airstrike in central Somalia.

The U.S. Africa Command known as AFRICOM said in a statement that the “collective self-defense” strike occurred February 10 “at the request of the Federal Government of Somalia.”

The strike occurred in a remote area approximately 45 kilometers (28 miles) southwest of the Indian Ocean port town of Hobyo, about 472 kilometers (293 miles) northeast of Mogadishu, according to the statement.

AFRICOM did not specify the location, but Somali government media reported it took place in Donlaye, near Amara town in Galmudug state. The Somali government claimed 117 militants were killed in Friday’s operation.

Brigadier General Mohamed Tahlil Bihi, infantry commander of the Somali national army, told state media that the militants were in trenches fighting against Somali government forces. He also confirmed an airstrike targeted the militants during the firefight with Somali forces.

AFRICOM said the strike took place in a remote location and assessed that no civilians were injured or killed.

“U.S. Africa Command will continue to assess the results of this operation and will provide additional information as appropriate,” the statement read. “Specific details about the units involved and assets used will not be released in order to ensure operations security.”

It’s the third “collective self-defense” strike by the U.S. military in Somalia this year.

The previous two strikes occurred January 20 near Galcad town, killing approximately 30 al-Shabab fighters, and January 23 near Harardhere town, killing two militants.

In addition, the U.S. conducted a counterterrorism operation January 26 that killed Bilal al-Sudani, a key Islamic State Somalia branch commander in the Cal-Miskaad mountains in the Puntland semi-autonomous region.

The Somali government has been engaged in military operations aimed at recovering territories from al-Shabab. The U.S. and Turkish governments have been providing air support to the Somali army.

Both governments are also training elite Somali forces who have been at the forefront of the recent military operations.

Source: Voice of America

Sudan calls to lift UN sanctions

Sudan called on Sunday for the lift of sanctions including a panel of experts assisting to monitor the implementation of these sanctions including an arms embargo on the Darfur region.

In 2005, the Security Council imposed an arms embargo on the Darfur region in order to reduce the armed conflict between the government and armed groups and protect civilians.

Khartoum after the signing of the peace agreement in October 2020 calls for the end of sanctions. The continued violence and displacement of civilians brought the UN Secretary-General to propose progress on several benchmarks related to the situation in Sudan and Darfur before lifting the embargo.

In resolution 2620 adopted on February 15, 2022, the Security Council provided to review the Panel’s mandate and take appropriate action regarding its extension before 12 February.

This month, the Security Council is expected to renew the mandate of the Panel of Experts assisting the 1591 Sudan Sanctions Committee.

Gen. Ibrahim Gabir a member of the military-led Sovereign Council tasked with Sudan’s foreign policy chaired a meeting to discuss the sanctions established pursuant to resolution 1591 (2005).

“The meeting dealt with the renewal of the mandate of the Group of Experts established under UN Security Council Resolution 1591 (2005) and the sanctions regime imposed on Sudan, against the backdrop of the conflict in Darfur,” reads a statement issued after the meeting.

Also, the meeting reviewed Sudan’s position and vision to end the mandate of the Group of Experts and the sanctions regime based on several considerations that Sudan submitted to the UN Security Council.

According to resolution 1591, all States shall take the necessary measures to prevent the supply of arms and related materiel of all types to actors operating in Darfur. In addition, it imposes a travel ban and assets freeze on those involved in Darfur crimes.

On February 7, Foreign Minister Ali Sadiq held a meeting with the ambassadors of the member states of the UN Security Council and urged them to end the sanctions imposed on the Darfur region.

During his visit to Khartoum on February 9, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov pledged to support Sudan’s efforts to get rid of the sanctions.

Russia and China have supported systematically the removal of UN sanctions on Sudan.

Since September 202, the two countries say benchmarks for the lift of sanctions in Sudan should be limited only to the situation in Darfur stressing that others proposed by the Secretary general go beyond the scope.

The benchmarks call for, progress on four issues: political and economic governance issues; transitional security arrangements in Darfur; the National Plan for Civilian Protection; and transitional justice and accountability.

Source: Sudan Tribune