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Japan’s participation in ASEAN related meetings

1. Participation of PM Abe 1.1 Major remarks by PM Abe at the 18th ASEAN+3 Summit Meeting on 21 November 2015; - It is hoped that normalization of the trilateral cooperation among Japan, China, and ROK will make further contribution to the enhancement of ASEAN+3 cooperation. - Japan will encourage innovation ... ... leaders that such remarks as “not intending to militarize outposts built in South China Sea” must be followed by concrete actions. Japan will support the Philippines’ utilization of arbitration procedure to settle maritime disputes as it is a means ...
12/01/2016

Bilateral Meetings on the sidelines of the Mekong-Japan SummitBilateral Meetings on the sidelines of the Mekong-Japan Summit

... opening of the "Tsubasa Bridge" in Cambodia in April 2015, which was built by Japan's ODA, and expressed Japan's continued commitment to supporting enhancement of... ... results. On political and security areas, PM Abe stated that, as part of Japan's proactive contribution to peace, Japan would support election reforms in Cambodia as well... ... utilized for the purchase of necessary materials and equipments upon Lao PDR's taking up ASEAN Chairmanship in 2016. 3. Japan-Myanmar summit meeting on 4 July 2015; PM Abe stated...
21/10/2015

Japan’s participation in APEC

... women’s participation in the society is a key to economic development in the region. Japan will contribute to inclusive economic growth in the region by achieving strong... ... also be accelerated. - On anti-terrorism measures, terrorism is a threat to economic activities and Japan will closely coordinate with the international community in fighting... ... operations. - On Japan-US cooperation in the region, PM Abe stated that coordination with ASEAN was indispensable and cooperation with Australia and India respectively was strategically...
12/01/2016

The Ambassador pushed Thai investment in Japan

... slowdown of the inbound economy. Since Japanese investors have no confidence in expanding their investments, this should be an opportunity for foreign investors. At this moment, Thailand is the 11th largest foreign investor in Japan and the 2nd largest in ASEAN, with a total investment of 8,000 billion. In addition, the main investments in Japan are in the finance and banking sector, the energy sector, the real estate sector and the manufacturing industrial sector. Based on the situation above, the Ambassador said that the Royal Thai Embassy and Team Thailand are ready to fully support the Thai private sector. Particularly, in negotiations with the government and local Japanese, to solve ...
17/08/2017

FPCJ Press Briefing on TPP by Minister Akira Amari

... agreement is such an inter-twined one with various complex aspects involved. As for Japan, the country will not reconsider what was agreed upon. - TPP directly affects... ... Japan a global hub of world trade and investment, Japan will implement measures to attract more investment and human capital in areas such as R&D - On 3) to make agricultural... ... important from security point of view, as US is a member of TPP. Presumably, non-TPP member ASEAN countries are feeling that Viet Nam is a step ahead of them because of TPP. -...
12/01/2016

Minister Counsellor attended ASEAN Festival in Japan 2018

... where the Thai Students’ Association in Japan under the Royal Patronage (TSAJ) is also a member. At the event, there were several activities arranged by ASEAN students including an exhibition of ASEAN countries, a national dress’s show, and leisure activities. On Sunday, 14 October 2018, Minister Counsellor Salinee attended the ASEAN Festival in Japan 2018, organised by the ASEAN Youth Network in Japan where the Thai Students’ Association in Japan under the Royal Patronage (TSAJ) is also a member. At the event, there were several activities arranged by ASEAN students including an exhibition ...
14/10/2018

Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Thailand Visiting Japan

... Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Thailand, during her participation in STEP (Strategic Exchanges on Practical Level), the programme organized by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan with the aim to deepen the understanding of Japan through exchanges of views with Japanese experts from various sectors.... ... Mathelin also discussed future bilateral and regional cooperation between Thailand and Japan, especially during Thailand’s ASEAN Chairmanship in 2019, with several stakeholders include Mr.Takeo Akiba,Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs; Mr. Takeo Mori,...
STEP
10/01/2019

The Ambassador presided over the 278th meeting of the ASEAN Committee in Tokyo

... to farewell H.E. Ambassador Muhamud Ahmad, Ambassador of Brunei Darussalam to Japan, who will end his tenure on 29 December 2016. Thailand was the country’s chairmanship of the ACT for 6 months from June – December 59. Besides holding the ACT meeting continuously, Thailand will continue to extend its full support to cooperate with ASEAN member-states and Japan in every aspect. Particularly, with high level officers of Japan such as cooperation with the ASEAN-Japan Center to hold seminars about ASEAN in which the Ambassador gave a lecture and seminar in honor of the State Minister of Foreign Affairs of ...
ACT
27/12/2016

2013.03.28 Royal Thai Embassy and ASEAN-Japan Centre held Networking Meeting 2014 for Thailand

On 28 March 2014, the Royal Thai Embassy and ASEAN-Japan Centre co-organized the Networking Meeting for Thailand.  Over 120 representatives out of 400 applicants from public and ... ... of the two countries are on positive level based on long strong ties in all aspects.  Economic relations are still at satisfactory level although total trade value and Japan investment in Thailand have slightly decreased.  At the same time, tourism ...
31/03/2014

2013.07.24 Representative of Cabinet Office of Japan met Thai Ambassador on the 40th Ship for Southeast Asian Youth Program

... 40 th Ship for Southeast Asian Youth Program (SSEAYP), which will be held from 29 October to 16 December 2013. After various activities in Japan, the ship will set sail to Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore and the Philippines before coming back to Japan. The Ship for Southeast Asian Youth Program was launched as the joint cooperation between Japan and ASEAN countries in 1974 and since then has been carried out annually. This year marks the 40th program, which is coincided with ...
29/07/2013
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