Cambodia has either resolved or rejected 6,060 of the Kingdom’s 7,549 ongoing land disputes, according to figures presented by Deputy Prime Minister of Land Management Bin Chhin during a speech yesterday. More than 3,500 cases have reportedly been “resolved”, while a further 2,500 cases were “rejected” for not meeting ministry criteria, though Chhin could not be reached on January 17 to explain those criteria. “Please continue to work hard to solve land disputes through creating an effective land management mechanism. Ministry working groups and local administrators on every level should visit land disputes directly,” Chhin said during his speech. The deputy prime minister also claimed the Cambodian government had issued 600,000 land titles in the past two years.