On 10 May 2011, the Royal Thai Embassy, Ministry of Commerce and Ministry of Finance of Thailand, held the “Kizuna Concerto” to celebrate the 125th anniversary of Thai-Japan diplomatic relationship. The concert was performed by more than 100 members of Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra at Sumida Triphony Hall, Tokyo, where H.E. Kittirat Na Ranong, Thailand’s Deputy Prime Minister and Ministry of Finance delivered an opening speech to the event. Dr. Suchart Wongtong, a well-known watercolor artist, also demonstrated his painting skills during the performance. The event was attended by the audience of more ...
... Somkid Jatusripitak delivered a speech during the investment promotion seminar “Thailand Taking Off to New Heights” which the Board of Investment organized at Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture. There were more than 700 participants from various sectors of Japan.
On 20 July 2018, Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak delivered a speech during the investment promotion seminar “Thailand Taking Off to New Heights” which the Board of Investment organized at Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture. There were more than 700 participants ...
... post-2015 framework on disaster risk reduction.
3. Draft programme
- Welcoming remarks by the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Thailand (3 min)
- Remarks by the Secretary-General of the ... ... exhibition will be held from 10.00-20.00 hrs. during 14 – 18 March 2015 at the 6th Floor, Sendai Mediatheque 5, Sendai, Japan.
Development Affairs Division
Department of International Organizations
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand
16 February ...
... Shinjuku Meiji Yasuda Life Hall. Following the opening speech by the Ambassador, statements by H.E. Mr. Suwat Liptapanlop, former Deputy Prime Minister and Chair of the Tournament Organizing Committee, and Mrs. Panatda Chennavasin, Vice President of Tri Petch ... ....After the press conference, honorable guests kindly attended “YAMADA ~The Samurai of Ayothaya~” premiere.THAI FIGHT EXTREME JAPAN２０１１年８月７日（日） 有明コロシアム開場/14:00 試合開始/15:00タイ生放送開始/17:00チケット販売中http://www....
... council. In this occasion, the FEC reported on their visit to Thailand during 2-5 May 2016 which included paying courtesy calls to Deputy Prime Minister, H.E. Dr. Somkid Jatusripitak, Minister of Foreign Affairs, H.E. Mr. Don Pramudwinai, Minister of Industry,... ... industry investments, Super Clusters, Tourism, hosting the Thai Food Festival, and activities to celebrate 130 Years of Thailand-Japan Relations in the next year.
... investment from Wakayama Prefecture in Thailand. Particularly, the agricultural industry, food processing and Agro-Tourism, which Wakayama has demonstrated a lot of potential in. In addition, Wakayama is the province that produces the most fruits in Japan.
After the meeting, the Deputy Prime Minister visited the Sowakajuen Orange Farm, which has a complete orange processing plant. Then, he went to the Uruwashikan Lacquerware Factory, which has been producing lacquerware since the Edo period, 160 years ago.
... Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag was invited by Mr. Chainid Adhyanasakul, Chief Executive Officer of Property Perfect Public Company Limited to give an opening speech for "Press Conference on Kiroro 2020 Roadmap" together with Dr. Bhichai Rattakul, former Deputy Prime Minister and the President of the Property Perfect. This press conference was attracted by a lot of Japanese and Thai media because of the the expansion of Kiroro Ski Resort, the only Thai ski resort in Japan as well as a world-class ski resort wich is popular among Japanese and foreign tourists. In addition, it supports the local community which creates jobs in Hokkaido. In the event, there were a lot of distinguished guests participating such as Mr....
... Governor reported the outcome of the visit to Thailand in last May that had opportunity to meet with Mr. Somkid Jatusripitak, Deputy Prime Minister of Thailand and brought 29 Wakayama’s SMEs entrepreneurs to exhibit in “ThaiFex” on 28 ... ... not ready to invest abroad but hopefully could be done in the near future. Wakayama is the No. 1 for producing persimmon in Japan even though there is not much area, but with the expertise of farmers. Wakayama is ready to exchange knowledge with Thai ...