นายกรัฐมนตรี เดินทางเยือนสาธารณรัฐอินเดียอย่างเป็นทางการ วันที่ 16-18 มิถุนายนนี้ เพื่อสานความสัมพันธ์ไทย-อินเดีย ในทุกมิติ
นายกรัฐมนตรี เดินทางเยือนสาธารณรัฐอินเดียอย่างเป็นทางการ ระหว่างวันที่ 16-18 มิถุนายนนี้ เพื่อเดินหน้าความสัมพันธ์ไทย-อินเดียในทุกมิติ
พลตรีวีรชน สุคนธปฏิภาค รองโฆษกประจำสำนักนายกรัฐมนตรี เปิดเผยว่า พลเอกประยุทธ์ จันทร์โอชา นายกรัฐมตรี มีกำหนดการเดินทางเยือนกรุงนิวเดลี สาธารณรัฐอินเดีย อย่างเป็นทางการวันที่ 16-18 มิถุนายนนี้ ตามคำเชิญของนายกรัฐมนตรีอินเดีย โดยผู้นำทั้งสองประเทศ จะร่วมหารือแนวทางความร่วมมือ และผลักดันประเด็นที่คั่งค้างในทุกมิติ ทั้งด้านเศรษฐกิจ ความมั่นคง สังคม และพหุภาคี โดยเฉพาะเส้นทางคมนาคมเชื่อมภูมิภาคเอเชียตะวันออกเฉียงใต้กับเอเชียใต้ การเพิ่มมูลค่าการค้าการลงทุนระหว่างกัน
นอกจากนี้ นายกรัฐมนตรี ยังมีกำหนดการเข้าร่วมการสัมมนาทางธุรกิจไทย – อินเดีย สถานเอกอัครราชทูต ณ กรุงนิวเดลี ร่วมกับสมาคมธุรกิจอินเดีย 3 สถาบันจัดขึ้น และการลงนามเอกสารความตกลง หรือบันทึกความเข้าใจระหว่างกัน เพื่อสานต่อการพัฒนาความร่วมมือให้เป็นตามเป้าหมาย
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha says before his visit to India today that he would develop closer ties and build a new expressway boosting cooperation with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi, making each country a gateway to its region. He said #Thailand will be a focal point in#ASEAN while #India will do the same in its region, linking the bloc with its neighbors. #INDIATHAIFRIENDSHIP #IndiaThai#IndiaThailandFriendship
NNT- National News Bureau of Thailand
India and Thailand Business Forum will take-off during three-day official visit of Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha to India beginning tomorrow. Mr Prayut is arriving here with a 46-member strong business delegation, including his deputy prime minister and five senior ministers, Preeti Saran, Secretary (East) in the External Affairs Ministry said in a media briefing on the eve of the visit. The official engagements of the Thai Premier will start on June 17 with his ceremonial welcome at the Forecourt of Rashtrapati Bhavan followed by a meeting with External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, who would call on him to discuss the issues of the mutual interest.
The delegation-level talks between the Prime Ministers of the two sides will be held the same afternoon before a formal agreements signing ceremony.
During a meeting with Indian businessmen and Mr Prayut, India-Thai Business Forum will formally be launched.
Mr Prayut would also be visiting Wat Thai at Bodh Gaya before flying back home.
Deputy Government Spokesperson Maj Gen Weerachon Sukhontapatipak revealed that Gen Prayut expressed Thailand’s readiness to strengthen relations with India in every capacity.
These include technological cooperation, Islamic education for Thai students, as well as medical, beauty and wellness tourism.
The Prime Minister also praised his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi for his investment schemes to stimulate economic growth, namely ‘Make in India,’ ‘Delhi Mumbai Economic Corridor,’ and ‘Smart Cities.’
Gen Prayut spoke with the Indian ambassador about Special Economic Zones and described their investment benefits, in the hopes that Indian investors will be drawn to these opportunities.
Both countries are also planning to promote closer military ties and anti-terrorism efforts. Deputy Prime Minister and Defense Minister Gen Prawit Wongsuwan and Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak are scheduled to visit India to officially establish cooperation in the areas of defense and trade late this month.
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Remarks by Vice President at the banquet hosted by Prime Minister of Thailand during his visit to Thailand (February 03, 2016)
Your Excellency Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Thailand,
Mrs. Naraporn Chan-o-cha,
Ladies and Gentlemen,
My wife and I are delighted to be here in the dynamic city of Bangkok, the capital of this beautiful land. I thank Your Excellency for your gracious words, the warm welcome, the generous hospitality and the friendship of your people.
More than one million Indian tourists who visit the ‘Land of Smiles’ every year see the indelible imprint of our shared heritage – epitomized by the timeless message of Lord Buddha and the shared lore of the Ramayana.
India and Thailand are natural partners, linked by history, geography and the close contacts between our two peoples. My visit, the first at by an Indian Vice-President in 50 years, is a manifestation of the desire we have to deepen the flow of ideas, people to people contacts and bilateral trade between our lands.
My visit is taking place at a time when our bilateral relations can be described as excellent. We greatly appreciate the role of His Majesty the King in nurturing these relations; just as the idea of Buddhism, though germinating in India, has been nurtured in this land. We appreciate your Government’s commitment to imparting greater momentum to the relations between our two countries.
Tomorrow, I will speak about India’s ‘Act East’ Policy at the prestigious Chulalongkorn University. Thailand is an important pillar of this policy and a valued partner. We admire the way Thailand has brought progress to its industrious people by making great strides in socio economic development.
Our cooperation, both bilaterally and in the ASEAN rubric, encompasses diverse areas of mutual interest including Trade and Investment, Science and Technology, Education, and Cultural Exchanges. People-to-people contacts at various levels are the lifeblood of our friendship. I am pleased that our two countries have taken important steps in the pursuit of closer cooperation, stronger connectivity and greater commerce.
As maritime neighbours, we have a shared interest in the security of international sea lanes of communication and commerce. Our resolve to strengthen our bilateral engagement in the areas of security and defence will help the region as a whole and promote greater regional economic integration and connectivity.
We are both engaged in transforming our ancient lands in to modern knowledge economies. India is a bright spot with the highest economic growth amongst the larger emerging countries. There is growing interest from across the world in building partnerships of trade, investment and innovation with India. I would urge the government and business community in Thailand to avail of the opportunities provided by a growing India.
I see a very promising future for our bilateral relations. There is much untapped potential in our relationship and much to rediscover and learn from each other’s culture, industry and society. With its unique geographic location, Thailand can be a bridge linking South East Asia to East Asia; while India can act as your springboard to West and Central Asia and to Europe.
Our talks earlier today have put in place a roadmap for further strengthening our economic cooperation and intensification of our collaborations in all areas. Your scheduled visit to India this year will further enhance this vibrant and mutually beneficial cooperation.
Next year, India and ASEAN will mark the 25th anniversary of their Dialogue Relations. We look forward to working with you under the framework of ASEAN. We shall strive to strengthen the India-ASEAN partnership, as also the BIMSTEC and Mekong-Ganga Cooperation.
The challenges of this century have been enormous and merits common understanding and joint efforts. Globalization of terrorism, impact of climate change on humanity and the health hazards which know no borders require global action. The international community is grappling with issues related to migration and integration of people.
Our cultures with a civilizational heritage of peace, pluralism and co-existence in can offer lessons and lasting solutions.
I thank you once again, Excellency, for the strong support extended by you personally and your government for strengthening our relationship. We look forward to the pleasure of receiving you in New Delhi.
It gives me great pleasure to invite you to join me in raising a toast:
to the good health and well-being of Their Majesties the King and the Queen
to the continued progress and prosperity of the friendly people of Thailand, and
to the eternal bonds of friendship between India and Thailand.
A moment when you thoroughly enjoyed yourself with your kids free of all worries and routine tasks ..?
Play some games and win some prizes making your kids proud at #FunFair2016 – The popular annual Thai-Indian Fun Fair to be held this year again on 13th Feb 2016 from 3pm to 10pm at the fun fair venue, Front Ground of Chulalongkorn University.
Thai-Indian Fun Fair is the Largest Festival of Thai-Indian community in Bangkok. We expect about 10,000 people including students from the schools and universities in Bangkok will participate in the annual event celebrated by both local Thai people and Indian Diaspora in Thailand.
What better forum than the popular annual Thai-Indian Fun Fair to be held this year again on 13th Feb 2016 from 2pm to 4pm at the fun fair venue, Front Ground of Chulalongkorn University.
Thai-Indian Fun Fair is the Largest Festival of Thai-Indian community in Bangkok. We expect about 10,000 people including students from the schools and universities in Bangkok will participate in the annual event celebrated by both local Thai people and Indian Diaspora in Thailand!
Sales, Souvenirs, Promotional and Activity Stalls: 5,000 THB (approximately size: 9sq m) Textiles/Garments/Electronics, Handicrafts, Travels/Accessories/ Jewelry, Bangles, Ornaments and Ladies Mehndi, Tattoo, Facials, Foot Massage, Caricature drawing, Photo Stalls with Indian Traditional dress, Magic show, Palm reading. Astrology, Parrot Astrology, and similar other products and activities.
Food & Beverages Stalls: 7,500 THB (9sq m) and 15,000 THB (18 Sq m) – *No Alcohol Please. Thai, Indian and Fusion Food both Veg and Non Veg (including Chats / Drinks – Juices –Soft Drinks etc. / Bakery / Deserts). Stall Package: Standard electricity and power plug, 1 table and 2 chairs, lighting and signage. Additional requirements must be informed in writing before 31st Jan 2016. We have flat rate of 2,000 THB for extra electricity up to 30amp, Extra table 500 THB and Extra Chair 100 THB.
If you’ve got it, flaunt it at #FunFair2016 !
Thai-Indian Funfair provides you the platform to showcase your talent. It’s your opportunity to bring out your talent for thousands to see, applaud and appreciate. FunFair 2016 Color, draw and paint the popular Thai and Indian festivals at Thai-Indian Fun Fair – bit.ly/spotpaintingcompetition
Join on the spot painting competition at Thai-Indian Fun Fair 2016 on 13th Feb 2016 from 2pm to 4pm at the fun fair venue, Front Ground of Chulalongkorn University.
The diverse colors of India’s cultures can be distinctly seen in our traditional beautiful expressive Rangoli, also known as Kolam.
Come forward if you excel in the art of Rangoli! This is your opportunity to showcase your talent among thousands! The right platform to highlight your flair.
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Presenting Colourful, Creative and Conceptual #RangoliCompetition for interested #Female participants at Thai Indian Fun Fair 2016 scheduled on Saturday 13th Feb 2016 at front ground of Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok.
Theme :Thai Indian Cultural Traditions
Bring your own materials such as colored rice, sand, flowers, powder and colors.
Hard base will be provided.
No recycle material or assistive device is allowed.
Top 3 rangolis will get awards with certificates.
Register online before 31 Jan.
Link to register online: http://bit.ly/FunFairRangoli
For details email us @Info@indiansocialclub.org