Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications (Cambodia)

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The Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications (Khmer: ក្រសួងប្រៃសណីយ៍ និងទូរគមនាគមន៍) is the government ministry that governs the postal system and the telecommunications systems of Cambodia. As of 2013 the Minister of Posts and Telecommunications was So Khun; the ministry maintains offices in Phnom Penh.[1]

Telecom Cambodia and Camnet Internet Service, the country's principal telecom operator and internet service provider, function under the jurisdiction of the Ministry.[2]

Departments[edit]

Administrative departments of the Ministry include:

  • Posts Department
  • International Telecom Department
  • Domestic Telecom Department
  • Inspection Department
  • Finance and Plan Department
  • Frequency Management and Licensing Department

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kingdom of Cambodia - Government organization - Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications[1]
  2. ^ Telecom Cambodia - History TC - "Launching ceremony of Telecom of Cambodia as a public enterprise"[2]