Published: Jun 27, 2022
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha outlined Thailand’s vision for global development partnership and de-escalation of conflicts during Friday’s BRICS Plus Dialogue on Global Development, the Foreign Ministry said on Monday.
Published: Jun 17, 2022
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has rejected speculation that Thailand is joining a so-called “Nato 2” or “Nato of Asia” military alliance led by the United States in a move against the region’s superpowers China and Russia.
Published: May 15, 2022
Foreign Minister Don Pramudwinai will lead hundreds of representatives from Thailand’s energy, tourism and export sectors on a trip to Saudi Arabia from Sunday to Thursday (May 15-19). The trip aims to restore cooperation and investment after a decades-long freeze in Thai-Saudi relations.
Published: Mar 02, 2022
A cabinet meeting on the Russia-Ukraine conflict felt Thailand might have to "adjust part of its stance” to find a neutral standpoint that can steer the situation in the right direction, Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Affairs Minister Don Pramudwinai said on Tuesday after the meeting.
Published: Feb 24, 2022
China has never thought sanctions are the best way to solve problems, its foreign ministry said on February 23, when asked if the Asian nation would join Western countries in sanctioning Russia over Ukraine.