A senior Cambodian opposition official, Prince Sisowath Thomico, told the forum that Cambodia would seek to maintain a neutral position in international relations with the United States and China.
After the victims wrote a complaint on the Cambodian Embassy in Japan’s Facebook page, the embassy intervened.
The Angkor Sentinel exercises have been held in Cambodia for almost a decade, but this year the Ministry of Defense told the U.S. It was delaying the scheduled event due to preparations for the local elections that are coming up in June.
Hang Puthea, NEC spokesman, said the body was satisfied with the turnout during the registration process.
Last year, the Cambodian authorities made more than 4,000 drug arrests and seized more than 175 kilograms of narcotics.
In November, after Mr. Trump was elected, political experts warned that his presidency would negatively affect the U.S’s effort to improve human rights and democracy abroad.
Global Witness alleges that Hun Sen has used his position as prime minister to enrich his family's wealth.
A verdict in the case is expected on Friday.
Hun Sen has accused the opposition of trying to use the rule to argue for the release of the prisoners, which he said was a violation of the separation of powers.
Kem Sokha said that if any disputes over the selection process arose the final decision would be put to a vote.
The suit stems from a Facebook post that accused Prime Minister Hun Sen of offering a young political operative $1 million to attack the opposition.
The conflict which has left at least 86 dead and an estimated 66,000 people fleeing into Bangladesh.