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  • Royal Thai Embassy in Madrid brought a delegation from the city of Almeria, Spain, to visit Chiang Mai New
    Besides the meetings with authorities in Bangkok, Royal Thai Embassy in Madrid took the delegation from the city of Almeria, Spain, comprising of representatives from the University of Almeria, Tecnova Technology Center, Andalucian Institute of Agriculture and Fisheries Research and Training and Almeria Provincial Government, to visit Chiang Mai. At the northern province of Thailand, the Spanish delegation had the fruitful meetings with Highland Research and Development Institute (Public Organization), Royal Projects Foundation, Maejo University and Chiang Mai University during 11-12 July 2019 where they exchanged knowledge and information on horticulture and greenhouse technology for warm climate. The delegation also visited Royal Agricultural Station Inthanon to observe the development of greenhouse technology in Thailand. As the result of the meetings, Kasetsart University Kampangsaen Campus, Maejo University and Chiang Mai University are interested in signing an MoU to strengthen cooperation education, particularly the exchange of students and researchers with University of Almeria whose expertise is Agricultural Sciences. Moreover,Tecnova Technology Center and Andalucian Institute of Agriculture and Fisheries Research and Training will look into the possibilities of doing joint research and training on greenhouse technology with Departmemt of Agriculture, Royal Projects Foundation and Highland Research and Development Institute (Public Organization) and Royal Projects Foundation.
  • Royal Thai Embassy in Madrid brought a delegation from the city of Almeria, Spain, to visit Thailand
    Royal Thai Embassy in Madrid brought a delegation from the city of Almeria, Spain, comprising of representatives from the University of Almeria, Tecnova Technology Center, Andalucian Institute of Agriculture and Fisheries Research and Training and Almeria Provincial Government, to visit Thailand. The Spanish delegation had the fruitful meetings with Department of Agriculture, National Science and Technology Development Agency, and Kasetsart University Kamphangsaen Campus during 8-9 July 2019 where they exchanged knowledge and information on horticulture and greenhouse technology for warm climate which the Spanish delegates have expertise and suit the need for Thai agricultural sector. Almeria is famous for its horticultural products cultivated in more than 30,000 hectares of greenhouses. The city is, thus, home to leading European greenhouse research centers who are keen to promote cooperation with Thailand.
  • Ambassador of Thailand to Spain hosted a dinner in honour of a group of Thai experts on Halal Tourism
    On 28 June 2019, H.E. Mr. Krerkpan Roekchamnong, Thai Ambassador to Spain, hosted a dinner in honour of a group of Thai experts on Halal Tourism, comprising of Mr. Pakorn Priyakorn, Director of Thailand Halal Standard Institute, Mr. Tawat Noipom, Director of Halal Institute, Prince of Songkla University and Mr. Aree Binprathan, Academic in Thai tourism industry. The Thai delegation visited Spain upon the invitation of the Royal Thai Embassy in Madrid with the mission to exchange knowledge and best practices on the development of Halal Tourism between Thailand and Spain. In this opportunity, the Thai Ambassador shared with the delegation situation in Spain, especially on its economic potential as well as the Embassy’s activities to promote Thailand-Spain bilateral relations. The Ambassador also reiterated his readiness to push forward the cooperation between the two countries in one of the economic sectors with high potential of growth for both Thailand and Spain, Halal Tourism.
  • Thailand's experts on Halal Tourism visit Spain
    A group of Thai experts on Halal Tourism, comprising of Mr. Pakorn Priyakorn, Director of Thailand Halal Standard Institute, Mr. Tawat Noipom, Director of Halal Institute, Prince of Songkla University and Mr. Aree Binprathan, Academic in Thai tourism industry visited Spain during 24-28 June 2019, upon the invitation of the Royal Thai Embassy in Madrid. The objective of the visit is to exchange knowledge and best practices on the development of Halal Tourism between Thailand and Spain. During the visit to Spain, the Thai delegation met with public and private institutions; including representatives of the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism, Tourism and Sport Authority of Andalucia, Tourism Authority of Cordoba, Andalusi Foundation, and Halal Institute Cordoba, to learn of Spain’s Halal Tourism policy and discuss on further cooperation between Thailand and Spain in this field. Exchange of students and cooperation on Halal Gastronomy are among the activities to be carried out in the near future. In 2018, Spain received 82.6 million foreign tourists. One of the major tourist attractions is Andalucia Region where there are several historical sites related to Islamic religion. As the region is popular among Muslim travelers, public and private sectors in the area put the efforts to develop Halal Tourism to attract more and more Muslim travelers. This coincides with the Thai government’s policy to develop Thailand’s Muslim Friendly Destinations. Therefore, Halal Tourism is an area in which Thailand and Spain can develop cooperation to further develop this niche market for both countries.

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