German ambassador meets PM Prayut

German ambassador meets PM Prayut

 

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BANGKOK, 14 May 2019 (NNT) - German Ambassador to Thailand Georg Schmidt has paid a courtesy call on Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha at Government House. Both have agreed to put forward economic cooperation through the Eastern Economic Corridor project as well as cooperation in education, science, technology and innovation.

 

The premier welcomed the new German ambassador to Thailand who is specialized in Asian affairs and could strengthen relations and cooperation between the two countries in the future. The German ambassador expressed congratulations for the coronation ceremonies as well as Thailand’s election and chair of ASEAN for 2019.

 

Both sides agreed to cooperate in the EEC project which was targeted to raise some 15 billion euros in bilateral trade and investment next year. The premier pledged to provide all conveniences for German investors in Thailand since Germany was the prototype and inspiration for Thailand to go for the Industry 4.0 goal.

 

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