... Foreign Affairs of Thailand hold a bilateral meeting with H.E. Mr. Nobuo Kishi, State Minister for Foreign Affairs of Japan at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan.
H.E. Mr. Virasakdi Futrakul expressed his appreciation to the Imperial Family and the Government of Japan for having sent messages of condolence and sympathy on the passing of His Majesty the late KingBhumibol Adulyadej, and congratulatory messages on the occasion His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun’s ...
... anniversary of the Japan-Thailand diplomatic relations, held during 24 July - 30 November 2017, at the Diplomatic Archives, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan.
On 1 September 2017, H.E. Ambassador Banasarn Bunnag paid a visit to the special exhibition ... ... the Letters of Credence of the First Ambassadors of the two countries, the documents about an unofficial visit of His Majesty King Prajadhipok, the arrival of the first Thai elephant to Japan in 1934, and the document on the visit to Japan by His Majesty KingBhumibol in 1963.
... Month of Thailand” at the headquarters of JICA Global Plaza in Tokyo. Head Thai officials in Tokyo, representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, representatives of JICA and more than 50 guests from the general public also attended the ... ... rooted in the cooperation between the royal families in Thailand and Japan. At the same time, the exhibition will also display KingBhumibol Adulyadej’s sufficiency economy philosophy, which is in line with the vision and work of Japan in its goals for sustainable ...
... Asia held in Tokyo, Japan. The invitation was extended by the OECD Development Center (DEV).
On this occasion, the Vice Permanent-Secretary talked about Thailand’s experience and also the commendable actions taken by Thailand, including the late KingBhumibol’s initiative to protect against and be prepared for disasters.
This forum was organized through the cooperation of the DEV Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan and the Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA). More than 200 attendees, including high ranking, Japanese government officials and other politicians, participated in the forum.