Phnom Penh , Dec. 26 – The Royal Government of Cambodia will host a three-day Win-Win Memorial Inauguration from 29-31 December 2018 to commemorate the 20th anniversary of win-win policy – a compass that completely ended civil war in Cambodia.
The inauguration of the Memorial, a symbol of national reconciliation, solidarity, territorial integrity, development, and prosperity of Cambodia, will be presided over by Samdech Techo Hun Sen, Prime Minister of Cambodia.
“Hun Sen alone could not unite Cambodia. It could not be done without the support from the ancestors of our compatriots,” the premier stated.
“May I invite our compatriots to join the Win-Win Memorial Inauguration, to be held opposite the New Olympic Stadium located in development area of Ly Yong Phat in Phnom Penh’s Chroy Changvar district,” he added.
Under the win-win policy, the Khmer Rouge groups based in Oddor Meanchey, Banteay Meanchey, and Pailin disbanded without any clashes. The last zone, based in Anlong Veng district of Oddar Meanchey, was dissolved in 1998, bringing peace, development, and joy for the kingdom.
Win-Win Memorial aims to serve as remembrances for all Khmer heroes who sacrificed their lives for the motherland and tell the next generation the real history of Cambodia.
According to the vice chairman of the construction committee, the statues on the ground floor around the win-win compound had been carved, presenting the journey of comrade Hun Sen liberated Cambodia from Pol Pot Regime.