The Foreign Ministry launched a weeklong summit with Thai ambassadors, consuls general and trade representatives to give them instructions on working proactively to expand the country’s economy.
The forum, which wraps up on Friday, was opened by Foreign Minister Parnpree Bahiddha-Nukara on Monday at the JW Marriot Hotel Bangkok. Attending were 65 ambassadors, 28 consuls general, heads of three Thai permanent missions to the United Nations and ASEAN, as well as Thai representatives.
The aim of the summit is to brief the senior envoys on the government’s urgent policies and brainstorm ideas for drafting working plans for 2024 and 2025.
The Nation Reporter