Phnom Penh: With the guidance of Phan Oun, Director General of the Consumer Protection, Competition and Fraud Prevention and Control Department (FPIC), on the night of Friday, Friday, March 8, 29, 2020 Officials of the General Department of the CPP, in cooperation with the Anti-Economic Police Department, with the coordination of prosecutors accompanying the Phnom Penh Court of First Instance, intercepted three seafood trucks – one along the highway. No. 4, Kambol District, and 2 others along National Road 3, next to Prey Veng Blvd, Sangkat Pong Teuk, Khan Dangkor, Phnom Penh.

According to the PAC's Facebook website, officials were conducting preliminary checks on seafood stored in all three vehicles to look for prohibited chemicals that could affect people's health. .

As a result, specialist officials found 449 cases of undetected prawns, jelly and mackerel crabs, totaling 11 tonnes.

Also, with the approval of the prosecutor accompanying the Phnom Penh Municipal Court, cars and exhibits were sent to the DK General Department. To continue to take legal action.

According to the Director General of the KPR We will continue to investigate, investigate and carry out the duties that the law has mandated in terms of quality, safety of goods and services, and protection of consumers to protect the health and benefit of consumers, and call on citizens to cooperate in the case of suspected cases. Fraud, quality of goods and services ៕