... 100-day Merit-making Grand Ceremony dedicated to H.M. the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej was conducted at the Main Hall of the Royal Grand Hall of Buddhism in the presence of many dignitaries of Thailand including H.E. General Tanasak Patimapragorn, Deputy PrimeMinister of Thailand, H.E. Dr. Chaweerat Kasetsoontorn, Vice Minister of Culture, H.E. Bansarn Bunnag, Ambassador of Thailand to Japan. Following the Buddhist ceremony, the exhibition on the 130th Anniversary of Thailand-Japan Diplomatic Relations “A ...
.... Yoshinobu Nisaka, Wakayama Governor and his delegation at the Thai Residence together with Team Thailand. Wakayama Governor reported the outcome of the visit to Thailand in last May that had opportunity to meet with Mr. Somkid Jatusripitak, Deputy PrimeMinister of Thailand and brought 29 Wakayama’s SMEs entrepreneurs to exhibit in “ThaiFex” on 28 May 2019. The Governor also gave a speech about Value Chain in food industry in the event.
The Ambassador said that Thailand and Wakayama ...
... research cooperation in order to enhance the food industry in Thailand according to Thailand’s “super clusters” policy. In addition, the Ambassador also promoted 2 kinds of Thai mangos; Keow Savoey and Chok Anan, which upon the Thai PrimeMinister’s request, were authorized to be imported to Japan on 24 Feb 2016. The supporting and assisting of private sectors to join this event, is under one of the government’s policies to develop Thai consumer goods according to the “Thailand ...
The government still follows its three-phase roadmap. In the past six months, it has addressed many problems and undertaken reforms on major issues with the necessary modification of legislation. Democracy has not been a precondition in implementing the roadmap and martial law is in place for the country’s safety.
PM’s key messages to foreign businesses:
The government still follows its three-phase roadmap. In the past six months, it has addressed many problems and undertaken reforms...
H.E. Mr. Don Pramudwinai
Deputy PrimeMinister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Thailand
on 25 October 2021 at 10:16-10:20 hrs.
at the Asia-Pacific Commemoration of United Nations Day 2021
Executive Secretary Armida Salsiah Alisjahbana,...
On 20th September 2022, Trisuree Trisoranakul, the Deputy Spokesperson of the Thai government's PrimeMinister Office, announced that the Thai government has approved the allocation of the budget of 212.102 million baht from Annual Budget Expenditure 2022 to pay cash rebate for 6 foreign movies in accordance with Thailand's incentive schemes to attract ...
... projects have resulted in the balance of the entire ecological system, and led to sustainable development. The Royal Development Study Centres and various other projects have therefore been visited not only by practitioners but also by heads of s tate, primeministers, as well as leaders of many countries. Eminent visitors include Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, of the United Kingdom, Their Majesties King Carl XVI Gustav and Queen Sylvia of Sweden, His Excellency Nuhak ...
A Legacy That Stands by the People
and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Thailand
As we approach the end of this very challenging year of COVID-19, Thais around the world are commemorating our National Day on 5
December, which is also the birthday of His Majesty ...
... religious freedom and all major religions can be found in practice.
Thailand is governed by a constitutional monarchy with His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej as Head of State. Official power rests with the government, personified by the PrimeMinister, the Parliament, and a bureaucratic system that reaches down to the village level.
Legislative power is vested in the Parliament, and exercised through a bicameral National Assembly consisting of the publicly elected House of Representatives ...