On 17 September 2020, H.E. Mr. Singtong Lapisatepun, Ambassador of Thailand, and spouse hosted a friendly dinner for high-level officials and Thai Desk officers led by Mr. ISHIKAWA Hiroshi, Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, at the Ambassador's Residence. On this occasion, the Ambassador and ...
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On behalf of the Royal Thai Government and 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, ...
... this important portfolio reflects the high trust and confidence placed in you to continue steering forward Japan’s foreign relations and stature in the international community.
I fondly recall your official visit to Thailand in January 2020 and our telephone conversations on 13 May and 18 June 2020, during which we reaffirmed the close strategic partnership between Thailand and Japan amid the COVID-19 situation and exchanged views on issues of mutual interest.
Deputy Government Spokesperson Ratchada Thanadirek disclosed that the Government has placed importance on organic farming promotion for the benefit of both farmers and domestic consumers. Organic products have become popular worldwide with the global value of over US$100 billion. Major markets are Europe and North America, while China, Australia, and Asian markets are now on the rise. Domestic market value of organic farming products accounts for 3 billion Baht, and export value, 2 billion Baht....
... countries. ALFS activities focus mainly on cultural and charity events to raise funds to help the disadvantaged or victims of disasters. At present, there are 26 spouses of foreign ambassadors in Tokyo participating in the ALFS activities, including Thailand.
... diplomats' spouses chose to provide donation from the Asia-Pacific Ladies Friendship Society (ALFS) to the Pakjit Pakjai Project in Chiang Mai Province, which teaches the Japanese "Sashiko" embroidery technique to the visually impaired people in Thailand. Such technique is used by Japanese women to embroider clothes at night without any lights from candles, lamps, nor electricity in the old time. The same technique can therefore be practiced and create income for the visually impaired people....
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On 9 September 2020, Mr. YOSHIDA Mabito, Vice-Minister for Policy Coordination (International Affairs), Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC), paid a courtesy call on Ambassador Singtong Lapisatepun. Their discussion focused on Thailand- Japan cooperation on 5G, cybersecurity, and smart city. Vice-Minister YOSHIDA was also seeking Thailand’s support for Japanesecandidaturefor the position of the next of Director General of Universal Postal Union (UPU).
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... Motors. Ambassador also express his condolence on the passing of Mr. MASUKO Osamu, Special Advisor and Former Chairman of the Board of Mitsubishi Motors, as well as expressed his appreciation for Mitsubishi Motors Corporation’s endeavor to invest in Thailand for 60 years and reaffirm Thailand’s support for the Company.