... deep appreciation for Japanese people and various organisations for their sympathy and generosity in helping Thai elephants during the COVID-19 outbreak.The elephant is a symbol of close friendship between Thai and Japanese people. In this challenging time, Thai elephant is playing an impressive role in further strengthening the existing relations between the two countries, by acting as a medium to demonstrate Japanese compassion that touches the hearts and minds of all Thais.
... Okuyama, the Mayor of Sendai and Mr. Toshihiro Shimizu, President of the Thai Festival in Sendai Committee and other honorable guests from Sendai City and Miyagi Prefecture also attended the ceremony.
The Thai Festival in Sendai was held for the first time between 5-6 October 2013 as an initiative of Sendai City and the Sendai Chamber of Commerce and Industry in order to enhance cooperation between Thailand and Sendai. The festival also gave a boost to tourism because Thai Airways had commenced direct ...
... the Indian Ocean Tsunami” on 26-27 December 2014 at Khao Lak, Phang Nga Province, for the purpose of:
Remembering those who lost their lives and showing support to those who survived;
Expressing appreciation to those who helped us in difficult times;
Showing the regeneration of communities affected by the tsunami; and
Raising public awareness and confidence in Thailand’s effective early-warning systems and disaster preparedness.
The remembrance ceremony on 26 December will be marked ...
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２．2018年5月21日の Japan Times （
Thai and Japanese leaders agree to mobilize Mekong sub-regional development through connectivity in all dimensions
October 8, 2018, at 1745hrs (local time), Prime Minister Gen. Prayut Chan-o-cha had a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan prior to the 10th Mekong-Japan Summit. A joint press conference was held afterward.
The two Prime Ministers were pleased with close and cordial ...
... Thai people.
Known to many as the "working monarch", King Bhumibol travels the remote rural areas of the vast reaches of His country to develop more complete and first-hand understanding of the assets and hardships of His subjects. During His time on the throne, His Majesty has launched a multitude of development projects alleviating disease, promoting a better rural economy, and preserving and protecting Thailand's natural environment. A large number of projects result from His Majesty's ...
... Japan to Thailand. Dr. Ramangkura ensured Japanese investors that the Royal Thai Government was doing its best in preventing another flood and building and improving water management and disaster prevention related infrastructure, while at the same time cooperating with ASEAN countries in establishing and developing regional connectivity. Meanwhile, Mr. Kitayama affirmed that most Japanese firms had decided to continue their business within Thailand despite of the great flood. The reason was that ...
... number of tourists, tourists from Thailand has increased continuously especially that in the Alpine Route between Tateyama-Kurobe. Only between April – July 2013 are there 6,900 Thai tourists visiting Toyama prefecture already, which is about 1.8 times larger than that of the same period’s previous year. The Ambassador hoped that the visa-exemption measure for Thai citizens, which was put into effect from 1 July 2013 onwards, would help increase the number of Thai tourists visiting Toyama prefecture ...
... among countries are on the rise, in particular, inequalities in the global distribution of vaccines. Unemployment, particularly youth unemployment, is a major concern. Most importantly, climate emergency has become one of the greatest challenges of our time. Many countries are not on track to achieve all of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030.
COVID-19 has severely impacted all countries and all dimensions. It has also reminded us of how the world is inter-connected and how vulnerable we ...