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2014.02.06 Finance Ministry’s Deputy Permanent Secretary visited Minister

On 6 February 2014, Mr. Chakkrit Parapantakul, Ministry of Finance of Thailand’s Deputy Permanent Secretary, led 11 representatives from the Neighbouring Countries Economic Development Cooperation ... ... February 2014 to meet with directors from Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) regarding development assistance for Mekong Sub-region neighbors (Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Vietnam: CLMV) and JICA’s financial and academic support directions ...
10/02/2014

Minister of Foreign Affairs visited to Japan

... of Japan to discuss bilateral issues including the stability of the Royal Thai Government, the cooperation in development of Mekong sub-region and issues of international concern such as political situation in Myanmar, climate change and nuclear weapon ... ... day, Foreign Minister Kasit met with a group of Japanese experts on Thai studies, leading Japanese media and members of Japan-Thailand business forum to exchange views on Thailand-Japan relations and political situation in Thailand. During 15-17 January ...
18/01/2010

2014.02.06-07 Ambassador joined Aichi-Nagoya Network & International Exchange Seminar in Aichi

... Ambassador pointed out on Thailand’s role in ASEAN, especially after ASEAN Economic Community will be established in 2015.  He highlighted on Thailand as the center of investment and production in the region, of which the business can be expanded to Mekong Region in the form of Thailand+1. The Ambassadors also participated in ANNIE Industrial Tour.  The program introduced Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Inazawa Works SOLAE, which invested in many ASEAN countries, and its subsidiary firm, Mitsubishi Elevator Asia, which has ...
25/02/2014

Thai Ambassador was conferred Imperial Decoration

... countries. During his duty, many tasks, including the Royal and governmental visits, were most successful. The joint agreement on JTEPA in 2007 drives forward the Thai-Japan economic cooperation. On cultural sides, the Thai Festivals in Japan promote Thailand among Japanese people and encourage them to participate more in this annual event. Besides, the celebration of the 120th anniversary of diplomatic relations in 2007 and Japan-Mekong Exchange Year 2009 also support cordial relationship. H.E. Okada wishes Mr. Suvidhya will continue to help promote closer relationship. Mr. Suvidhya expressed his deep gratitude to His Majesty The Emperor of Japan for granting him the privilege ...
06/10/2009

The Royal Thai Embassy cooperated with JICA to organize activities to celebrate the 130th year anniversary of diplomatic relations between Japan and Thailand

... line with the vision and work of Japan in its goals for sustainable development. On this occasion, Mr. Ejima emphasized how Thailand and Japan are like close friends who have shared a long-term relationship and cooperation. Currently, there are many ... ... progress in various fields. In particular is the cooperation for the Department of International Cooperation for the Greater Mekong Sub-region. The main goal of this event is to help raise awareness and educate the general Japanese public about the deep ...
JICA
18/07/2017

The 5th Thailand – Japan High Level Joint Commission (HLJC)

... the location of the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC). Third, on Cooperation for Connectivity Enhancement, Development of the Mekong Sub-region, and Healthcare Field, both sides reaffirmed to continue cooperation on the development of the high quality ... ... expressed appreciation to the Japanese side for the goodwill in providing assistance to help alleviate the COVID-19 situation in Thailand, including the provision of 1,053,090 doses of AstraZeneca vaccines and other forms of assistance, and proposed further ...
HLJC
19/08/2021

The Grand Tour That Saved a Nation: King Chulalongkorn’s European Sojourn as a Lesson in Soft Power

... soft power had much earlier applications in Thailand, and offers a very plausible response to the often posed question of why Thailand was able to remain the only country in Southeast Asia that was never colonized. When Siam faced colonialist pressure ... ... from Siam for skirmishes that resulted in the death of French troops. Siam painfully ceded substantial territories, east of the Mekong River, paid 3 million francs, and handed over temporary control of the port of Chanthaburi to France as collateral. Three ...
21/10/2021
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