... Embassy. Both sides discussed various areas of cooperation between Thailand and Kita-Kyushu, be they seaport, education, industrial estate and sports.
During the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games, Kita-Kyushu was also a host town for table tennis and taekwondo athletes from Thailand. On this occasion, Mr. MIURA congratulated on the success of Ms. Panipak Wongpattanakit, the Thai Taekwondo gold medalist in Tokyo Olympics, who participated in a training camp in Kita-Kyushu in preparation for the Games.
Minister Prangtip thanked ...
... inaugurated for the first time at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. Ms.Sujirat POOKKHAM received a silver medal from women’s singles WH1 category a bronze from women’s doubles WH with her partner, Ms. Amnouy WETWITHAN.Ms. Khwansuda PHUANGKITCHA, a taekwondo athlete, also won a bronze medal in the Women K44 -49kg. event.
Ambassador Singtong regarded them as heroes who have brought pride and joy to the people of Thailand. He also commended about the success of the wheelchair racing team who won the most medals for the Thai Paralympics Team. Lastly, he expressed his sincere appreciation for their relentless perseverance which shows in their excellent performances ...
... her success that made a new page of history for the Thai taekwondo. Her relentlessness and perseverance brought the national pride and inspiration for the whole country.
He also expressed his full support for Mr. Thana Chaiprasit, Chef de Mission of Thailand Olympic Team, and the taekwondo team members who did their very best during the Games. He emphasised the Embassy’s continued support during Tokyo Olympics 2020for all 42 Thai athletes competing in 16 sports and the team staffs.
... 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.