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  • Royal Thai Embassy helps promote cleaner and greener Yangon with “Waste Segregation” campaign
    The Royal Thai Embassy in Yangon recognizes the importance of and is committed to environmental conservation and keeping the Embassy’s compound and surrounding areas tidy and beautiful. The Embassy, therefore, initiated the “Waste Segregation” campaign throughout our office, including at our consular section whereby we are determined to invite our Myanmar patrons and clients to share with us this experience. Three types of waste bins for recycled wastes, toxic wastes, and food and other wastes are placed at different points within and outside the Embassy’s compound, making it easier for people to dispose of garbage in the right bins so that they will be rightly recycled, disposed of, and most importantly not harmful to our environment. This campaign is hopefully meant to create sustainable awareness and greater impact in helping to save the Earth.
  • Royal Thai Embassy joins hands with Thai Community in Myanmar to form TVAM for volunteer works
    At the initiation of the Royal Thai Embassy to engage with the Thai Community in Myanmar in charitable work to pay back to the Myanmar society, Thai Volunteer Alliance for Myanmar, or TVAM, was born. TVAM was warmly welcomed by both Thai nationals and Myanmar friends who support this noble mission.
  • Spouse of Prime Minister of Thailand opened the new building at the Thai-Myanmar Friendship School at No. (15) Basic Education Primary School, Tha Pyay Hla
    On 23 June 2015, Assoc. Prof. Naraporn Chan-o-cha, Spouse of H.E. Gen. Prayut Chan-o-cha, Prime Minister of Thailand, opened the new building at No. (15) Basic Education Primary School, Thar Pyay Hla, Pyinmana in Nay Pyi Taw, under the Thailand-Myanmar Friendship School Project. This auspicious event was witnessed by H.E. Dr. Aung Zaw Min, Deputy Minister for Education and high ranking officials from Ministry of Education.
  • Thailand shares its FDI promotion experience with Myanmar
    On 12 June 2015, the Royal Thai Embassy in Yangon in collaboration with the Board of Investment of Thailand (BOI), organized a seminar on “Investment Promotion and Facilitation: A Case Study of Thailand”. The seminar is a part of an activity under the programme on Foreign Investment Promotion in Myanmar that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand has provided to Myanmar since 2013.
  • Minister of Labour of Thailand paid an official visit to Myanmar
    During 21-23 May 2015, H.E. Gen. Surasak Karnjanarat, Minister of Labour of Thailand, paid an official visit to Myanmar at the invitation of H.E. U Aye Myint, Union Minister for Labour, Employment and Social Security.
  • Queen Sirikit National Institute for Child Development organized workshops for Myanmar professionals at the Royal Thai Embassy
    During 18-21 May 2015, a team of doctors and nurses from Queen Sirikit National Institute for Child Development (QSNICH), Ministry of Public Health of Thailand, organized two intensive workshops on “Child Development” and “Critical Care in Neonate and Paediatrics” for Myanmar doctors, nurses, and teachers, as well as parents of children with special needs, to share their know-how and experiences.
  • Thai Community in Yangon joined a Dhamma Talk by revered Abbot from Thailand
    On 19 May 2015, the Royal Thai Embassy in Yangon organized a Dhamma talk for Thai Community as a social gathering for a good cause. The Embassy invited Phra Khanthasaribhivangsa, revered Abbot of Thama-o Monastery in Lampang, Thailand, who was on his visit to Myanmar, to give the talk.

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Dagon Township Yangon
The Republic of The Union of Myanmar

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