PM leading business mission to France

PM leading business mission to France

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PM leading business mission to France
At the Ruamjai Pakdee climate protection event in the Sikhiu city of Nakhon Ratchasima on Wednesday, Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin delivers the opening target. ( Photo: Thai Khu Fah Facebook )

Srettha Thavisin, the prime minister, will be flying to France on Wednesday night to meet with a group of Thai business leaders it.

According to assistant government official Rudklao Intawong Suwankiri, the prime minister may travel to Italy on May 17 through May 21 and will also be present at the 29th Nikkei Future of Asia Forum in Tokyo on May 22 through May 24.

Following Mr. Srettha’s formal attend to France in March, Ms. Rudklao reported that the Thailand-France Business Forum was organized. It aims to promote cross-border business and draw in more funding from the European private sector.

Mr Srettha is also scheduled to meet with French President Emmanuel Macron to follow up on the results of their previous meeting, especially on trade and investment, the defence industry, gentle authority, and to enhance the France- Thailand proper association, in accordance with the Roadmap for Thai– French Relations ( 2022- 24 ), she said.

Mr. Srettha may speak with the leader of the Italian Council of Ministers and Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni in diplomatic terms in Italy. According to Ms. Rudklao, 156 years have passed since the two countries first started having diplomatic ties.

The two countries aim to strengthen assistance in areas of common interest, including clean energy, sports hospitality, health science, pharmaceuticals and military.

Mr. Srettha will also advocate for important issues like the cancellation of the Schengen visa for Thai citizens with regular passports, the conclusion of the Thailand-EU free trade negotiations by 2025, and potential job in Italy for Thai workers who have come back from Israel.