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Prime Minister attended the 3WCDRR in Sendai

... during the last visit of Thai Prime Minister to Japan in February such as memorandum of intent on the cooperation on rail system, Dawei special economic zone, Japan-Thailand Economic Partnership Agreement (JTEPA) and also defense cooperation. Moreover, Prime Minister also had bilateral meeting with United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and explained about Thailand’s progress in its road map to democracy.

05.12 13th Thai Festival’s Opening Ceremony

On 12 May 2012, the dignitaries including H.E. Mr. Yukio Hatoyama, former Prime Minister of Japan and President of Japan-Thailand Parliamentarians’ Friendship League of Democratic Party of Japan, H.E. Mr. Kazuyuki Hamada, Parliamentary Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs, as well as H.E. Mr. Kittiratt Na-Ranong, Thailand’s Deputy ...

Deputy Prime Minister Somkid delivered a speech during the investment promotion seminar at Nagoya

... numerous aspects including strengths, policies, infrastructure, and geopolitical changes where the CLMVT truly become the center of the region under the policies such like Belt and Road Initiative, and Free and Open Indo-Pacific Strategy. The Deputy Prime Minister reiterated the opportunities and potentials of the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) which, as of the present, is progressing very well for policies, infrastructure, as well as the development of targeted industries under the Japanese concept of Connected Industries. In this ...

The Prime Minister of Thailand attended G20 summit in Osaka

... 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.

Prime Minister attended the 7th Mekong Japan Summit

..., Gen. Prayut Chan-o-cha, Prime Minister of Thailand, and his delegation visited Tokyo to attend the 7th Mekong Japan Summit aimed to enhance regional development.In this regard, the Prime Minister of Thailand had bilateral meeting with the Japanese Prime Minister, H.E. Mr. Shinzo Abe, and took the opportunity to express his gratitude for Japan’s contribution to develop infrastructure and rail system in Thailand. The Thai Prime Minister also emphasized that Thailand sees the importance of enhancing connectivity in the region and developing human resources ...

Thai Deputy Prime Minister Visits Japan

... May 2015, Mom Rajawongse Pridiyathorn Devakula visited Tokyo to attend Nikkei’s 21st International Conference on the Future of Asia at Imperial Hotel. On 22 May 2015, he delivered a speech on Thailand’s economic vision and its role in ASEAN community. In a meeting with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on 21 May 2015, the Deputy Prime Minister emphasized on the current cooperation between Thailand and Japan such as on high-speed railway development in Thailand and Dawei Port Project in southern Myanmar. On the occasion, the Deputy ...

Deputy Prime Minister gave a keynote speech at the Thai Investment Seminar in Osaka

... of the 31 January, Deputy Prime Minister gave a keynote speech at the Thai Investment Seminar in Osaka on the topic of "Thailand: Advancing ASEAN - Japan Partnership" which has attracted 500 Japanese investors to attend the seminar. Deputy Prime Minister took this opportunity to emphasize the importance of Thailand as the hub of ASEAN as well as the positive developments within the country, such as the coming general election and economic development, which all of these will be supporting factors for the Japanese investors ...

Thai and Japanese leaders agree to mobilize Mekong sub-regional development through connectivity in all dimensions

... join forces with Japan in developing Mekong sub-regional countries in an innovative and sustainable manner. The country will take over ASEAN chairmanship next year, and would like to seek Japan’s cooperation in promoting ASEAN as people-centric community that will move forward without leaving anyone behind. Toward the end of the meeting, the Prime Minister affirmed that the Thai Government has been undertaking national reform, and driving the country toward sustainable democracy as general election is scheduled in February next year. He also thanked the Government of Japan for its understanding ...

ASEAN Ambassadors exchanging views during the “304th ASEAN Committee in Tokyo Virtual Meeting”

....E. Mr. Jose C. Laurel V, Ambassador of the Philippines. During this ACT Virtual Meeting, Ambassadors of ASEAN Countries and representatives exchanged views on the COVID-19 situation in Japan as well as regional and global affairs. Taking the opportunity, H.E. Ambassador Singtong briefed the Meeting on the outcome of the telephone meeting between H.E. General Prayut Chan-o-cha, Prime Minister of Thailand, and H.E. Mr. SUGA Yoshihide, Prime Minister of Japan, on 9 April 2021 and the Thai Prime Minister’s participation in the 26 th International Conference on the Nikkei Future of Asia on 20 May 2021.  

นายกรัฐมนตรีมีหนังสือแสดงความยินดีถึงนายสึกะ โยชิฮิเดะ นายกรัฐมนตรีญี่ปุ่น ในโอกาสเข้ารับตำแหน่ง

... people of the Kingdom of Thailand, I have the honour to extend to you my sincere congratulations on your assumption of office as Prime Minister of Japan. Indeed, your appointment is a compelling reflection of the high trust and confidence placed in you to take Japan forward, especially during such challenging times for the international community.                 In view of this, I am pleased that Thailand and Japan share a close strategic partnership, as well ...
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