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  • Members of Thailand’s National Defense College, class 61, were on a study visit to Spain New
    Members of Thailand’s National Defense College, class 61, were on a study visit to Spain during 12-16 March 2019. During the visit, the delegation was welcomed by various Spanish authorities. They were Port Authority of Barcelona, Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism, the National Center for Protection of Critical Infrastructure and Institute of Energy Diversification and Saving which allowed the group to learn the Spanish best practices in various fields. In addition, the group also had the briefing on Thailand-Spain bilateral relations from Team Thailand in Madrid.
  • The Photo Exhibition of Thung Bua Daeng (Sea of Red Lotus) in Aitona New
    Charge d’affaires of the Royal Thai Embassy in Madrid jointly inaugurated the photo exhibition “Sea of Red Lotus of Udon Thani, Thailand,” during the pink peach blossom week in the town of Aitona. The event was attended by members of the city council as well as general public of Aitona. Aitona is situated in the northeastern part of Spain. The town is well known for agriculture and main products is peach. During the month of March every year the town cherishes beautiful sight of pink peach blossom. Aitona Town Hall has learned of the sea of Red Lotus and the promotion of agritourism in Udon Thani in Thailand; and approached the Embassy to establish the said photo exhibition. Spain and Thailand attach importance to agriculture; both countries are also the world’s top tourist destinations. The said exhibition is one of the ways to promote tourism of both sides, as well as promote cooperation through the beauty of flower and agritourism.
  • Thailand hosted the ASEM High-Level Meeting on Marine Sustainability New
    On 7 March 2019, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Thailand hosted the ASEM High-Level Meeting on Marine Sustainability at Centara Grand at Central World Hotel, Bangkok. On this occasion, H.E. Mr. Don Pramudwinai, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Thailand, presided over the opening ceremony. Keynote speeches were given by various high-level executives including H.E. Mr. Net Pheaktra, Secretary of State of the Ministry of Environment of Cambodia; Dr. Wijarn Simachaya, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of Thailand; H.E. Mr. Pirkka Tapiola, Ambassador of the European Union to Thailand; H.E. Ms. Kjersti RØdsmoen, Ambassador of Norway to Thailand; and Mr. Kazushige Endo, Director of the United Nations Centre for Regional Development (UNCRD). Moreover, there were more than 170 participants representing ASEM members, international organisations, government agencies, private sector, academia, civil society organisations, and youths, from both Asia and Europe, attending the Meeting.
  • Thailand Ranked Second in the 3rd STOP IUU FISHING AWARD for Its Fish Product Traceability System New
    On 21 February 2019, Thailand was ranked second in the 3rd STOP IUU FISHING AWARD organised by the International Monitoring, Control and Surveillance Network for the project entitled “Fish Product Traceability System: The Key Tool for Combating IUU Fishing of Thailand”, submitted by the Department of Fisheries, Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives. The award was announced at the 6th Global Fisheries Enforcement Training Workshop (GFETW) held in Bangkok.

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