Kin Phea, director of International Relations Institute at the Royal Academy of Cambodia, opined that Tina is suitable for the post. He said the government must select a successor who is well qualified, and expected the agricultural sector to prosper under the new minister.
“What the public want is markets for their agriculture produce, information on the most advanced agricultural techniques, and enough resources – including seeds and water – that they can grow in all seasons,” he said.
“We should not remain in a state of subsistence farming any longer because Cambodia is an agricultural dependant country. Therefore, the industry should be as advanced as possible,” he added.
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