Cambodia's Prime Minister Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo Hun Sen and His Honorary President Bun Rany Hun Sen, his sons, daughters, grandsons, granddaughters and civil servants have donated candles, candles and other items to the monks. Monk Sovann (known as the crow's head) is located in Prek Thmey commune, Chbar Ampov district, Phnom Penh, this afternoon, July 6, 2020.

The New Year's Eve is celebrated every year from the 1st of Ramadan to the 15th day of the month. The ceremony began on the evening of the 15th of November with the participation of the elders, members of the congregation, gathered in candles, murals, skirts and other paraphernalia around the church and then gave sermons and devotions of offerings. Monks.

Khmer Buddhists, who had a strong faith in Buddhism before the advent of the Buddhist Era, brought candles and alms to the monks, who remained devoid of merit. This.

Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo HUN SEN and Samdech Kittiprittha, as well as Buddhist families, who have strong faith in Buddhism, bring candles and alms to monks in the Arabian cities every year during the three-year observance. This month.

Donations were donated to every pagoda in each of the 120 provinces, and each bag was packed with 13 items including 1 pair of candles, milk and milk. 1 bag of cows, 1 quart of oats, 1 can of cinnamon, 1 quart of fish, 1 box of instant noodles, 10 kg of sugar, only 2 kg of rice, 50 kg of rice, 30 liters of diesel, 5 quarts of orange juice, water. Pure 5 cases and 300,000 Riels. This goes to the family of the late Prime Minister Hun Sen.

In addition, 209 monks were given a monk's monastery at Chukkum Pagoda, each receiving 100,000 riel, 108 monks and 50,000 rites, eight monks and 20,000 riel. Each physician receives 20,000 Riels and 50 students each receive 50,000 Riels and a large amount of equipment.