The Thai government donated 14.5 million yen (5.8 million baht) to the four prefectures in North Kyushu (Kumamoto, Oita, Fukuoka, and Saga) hit by the flood from 12 July 2012 to show the country’s concern for Japan.Ambassador Virasakdi Futrakul visited the governors of Kumamoto, Oita and Fukuoka during 30-31 July 2012 to deliver the donations as follows:1) On 30 July ...
... Bansarn Bunnag at the Royal Thai Embassy. On this occasion, both sides discussed the EEC and the IHRA Forum under the theme of "Overcoming Challenges in a Complex World Past, Present and Future" which will be held during 7-9 November 2018 in Fukuoka.
On 30 October 2018, Mr. Masafumi Shukuri, Chairman of International High-Speed Rail Association, IHRA paid a courtesy call on Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag at the Royal Thai Embassy. On this occasion, both sides discussed the EEC and the IHRA Forum ...
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... and Japan, the Thai Government would support the candidature of Japan to host the International Registered Exposition in 2025 in Osaka Prefecture per the request from Japan, and would support for the establishment of Royal Thai Consulate-General in Fukuoka Prefecture as requested from the Governor of Fukuoka due to the increasing number of Thai tourists to Fukuoka and the Kyushu Island as well as the potential economic cooperation between Thailand and the Kyushu Island.
Both sides agreed ...
... registration, legalization as well as visa. On this occasion, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag met Thai people living in that area and got to know about their living. In addition, it was an opportunity to promote the openin of the Royal Thai Consulate-General inn Fukuoka.
On 20 October 2018, the Royal Thai Embassy organized the Mobile Consular at the Thai Festival in Saga city. The service included passport services, civil registration, legalization as well as visa. On this occasion, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag ...
On 8 August 2019, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag and Madame together with Mr. Attakarn Wongchanamas, Consul-General of the Royal Thai Consulate-General in Fukuoka made the floral contribution at the Nagasaki Hypocenter.
On 8 August 2019, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag and Madame together with Mr. Attakarn Wongchanamas, Consul-General of the Royal Thai Consulate-General in Fukuoka made the floral contribution ...
... Ambassador Bansarn informed the Governor of the Thai Government’s policy to enhance relations between Thailand and local governments of Japan. According to that policy, since 1 October this year, Thailand has established the Royal Thai Consulate-General in Fukuoka, whose responsibilities cover the Kyushu, Chukoku and Okinawa areas. The Ambassador also took this opportunity to introduce Mr. Attakarn Wognchanamas, the Consul General in Fukuoka to the Governor and ensured that the relationship between Thailand ...
On 20 October 2018, Ambassador Bansarn BUNNAG presided over the opening ceremony of the first Thai Festival in Saga with Mr. Yoshinori Yamaguchi, Governor of Saga, and Mr. Attakarn Wongchanamas, Consul General of Thailand to Fukuoka. The Thai Festival in Saga was held for the first time this year, after the Royal Thai Embassy had cooperated with Saga Prefecture to organize the Thai Fair in Saga in 2017 to commemorate the 130th anniversary of Japan and Thailand Diplomatic ...
... Imperial Highness Princess Takamado, where he could contribute as bridge between Japan and other foreign countries.
Ambassador Bansarn also actively engaged with Japan’s local prefectures. He contributed to establish Thailand’s Consulate-General in Fukuoka. He visited many prefectures and cities outside of Tokyo, which led to the establishment of friendship association between Thailand and local towns, such as Akita, Yamagata and Sendai. The Thai Festival was also expanded to Saga, Fukuoka, Oita ...