Hun Sen said countries outside of the region were “always slapping our heads” and “getting involved in regional politics,” according to a video posted on his Facebook page.
The EU resolution calls for asset freezes on senior Cambodian officials and action to be taken over Cambodia’s membership of preferential trading schemes.
A series of interviews intended to clear name of embattled tax chief Kong Vibol has raised further questions about his business dealings at home and abroad.
Around 16,000 Chinese tourists visited Cambodia over the past seven months, according to the Tourism Ministry.
The former RFA reporters were held without charge for 48 hours after their arrest, they told the court, which broke the law.
Kem Sokha is now placed under house arrest and is still denied access to his former colleagues at the Cambodia National Rescue Party, which was banned in November.
In May, eight witnesses were called in the case, mostly senior officials from non-governmental groups advocating for better living standards and rights for Cambodians.
Kem Sokha was released into house arrest after spending more than a year behind bars awaiting trial on treason charges.
Kem Sokha, who faces controversial treason charges, has been released on bail due to poor health and following international outcry, but will remain under house arrest.
Brian Eyler is an expert on transboundary issues in the Mekong region and China’s economic relationship with Southeast Asia.
The government of Prime Minister Hun Sen, who has ruled for 33 years, began a crackdown late last year on opposition parties.
The report identifies six service sectors, that plays an intermediary role in facilitating illicit activities, including the fintech and cryptocurrency, legal, incorporation, financial, real estate, lobbying, and public relations services.