On 3 December 2013, Mr. Yordying Supasri, First Secretary, gave a special lecture on Thailand-Japan relations in “Southeast Asia Studies” subject. He mentioned in brief about Thailand before touching upon its history, culture and economicrelations, while also emphasizing on the two countries as the old friends and modern partners. Students were allowed to ask questions after the lecture.
Meiji University’s Southeast Asian Studies is the cooperation between the university itself and ...
... 19th annual conference held by the Saitama-Thailand Friendship Association.
In this occasion, the Ambassador gave a speech regarding Thailand’s politics in the past year and the Royal Thai Embassy’s plans to celebrate the 130th year of diplomatic relations between Japan and Thailand. The plan also includes introducing Japanese businesses to Thailand in the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) by September of this year.
The Ambassador also discussed with the Mayor of Saitama, Yoshiaki Kawai, for support for Thai taekwondo and table tennis athletes to practice in Saitama for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
... on various visions of Thailand as being the Chair of ASEAN for 2019; particularly the “ Advancing Partnership for Sustainability” topic which every countries should seek for the mutual benefit in long term and cooperate to build the sustainable economic system.
In addition, the Prime Minister took this opportunity to meet with other powerful countries to strengthen the relations and had bilateral meeting with the leaders of Japan, India, Netherlands and Australia.
... in 2018.
Mr. Shikida stated that he will lead the delegation to Thailand between April – May 2018 in order to observe the economics, investment and social issues. At the same time, they will donate 6,000 tubes of toothpaste, with the compliments of ... ... for their cooperation and showed a willingness to support their next year activities, to further strengthen the local level of relations.
After the visits to Nagasaki, Saga and Fukuoka in last year, in order to strengthen the relationship between Thailand and Kyushu region, Ambassador Thanatip Upatising officially paid his first visit to Oita prefecture ... ... end of the meeting, ambassador Thanatip affirmed that the current political coup neither had any effect on country’s major economic policies nor disrupted the operations of Japanese companies in Thailand. Thai government is ensuring that the Japanese ...
... characteristics as well as history, which all contribute to the Japanese’s sense of responsibility, discipline, and unity, making Japan a strong nation today. At the same time, Minister-Counsellor addressed strong ties of Thailand and Japan, especially in economic area, while stressing the significance of preserving Thailand’s preferable image in Japan to prevent any uncertainty in the two countries’ relations. The visiting group paid good attention to the lecture and raised a question about the Japanese’s attitude towards Thais.
... 200 people who joined the event.
Chairman of JTA and the Ambassador, in their opening speeches, mentioned the development of relationship between and Japan, in particular through the recent Japanese Government’s policy on the exemption of visa for Thai ... ... celebration of the 40th anniversary of ASEAN-Japan at the end of the year. Ambassador emphasized that the establishment of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) in 2015 will benefit Japan. That is, Japan can use Thailand as its base for investment and export as ...
... the TCEB assisted 14 hotel agents, convention and event organizers, airlines and golf course proprietors to meet with 44 MICE operators in Japan.
At the event, Ambassador Bansarn talked about Thailand-Japan relations, which has a long, cordial relationship in every aspect; especially economics. He emphasized that Thailand has high capability in MICE business and recommended Japanese entrepreneurs to use Thailand’s services. He also drew a prize for the event participants.
... City, Miyagi Prefecture. On this occasion, Ambassador met with Mr. Yoshihiro Murai, Governor of Miyagi Prefecture and Mr. Koki Sato, Miyagi’s President of the House of Representatives. They discussed the cooperation to encourage the Thai - Miyagi relations in many aspects. After that, the Ambassador presided over the establishment ceremony of the Association of Thai-Sendai Economics Friendship, together with Mrs. Kazuko Kohri, Mayor of Sendai City.
The work plan of the association, which also organized the Thai Festival in Sendai in every year, was reported to the Ambassador and Mayor. The Director of the Tourism Authority ...
... courtesy calls to the Vice Governor of Shizuoka Prefecture and the Vice Mayor of Shizuoka City where he touched on the close friendship between Thailand and Shizuoka, which is symbolized by Mr. Nagamasa Yamada, and reaffirmed the policy in strengthening relationship between Thailand and Japan prefectural governments by discussing possibilities to increase cooperation between Thailand and Shizuoka in several areas including economic development and tourism industry.