Both Thailand and Sweden are preparing to strengthen the nations’ bilateral cooperation through economic restorations once the coronavirus pandemic subsides, with both intent to focus on high-potential business sectors.
Thailand Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha received a courtesy call from the Ambassador of Sweden to Thailand, Staffan Herrstrom, last June 25, as the ambassador’s posting to the country comes to an end.
Thai PM Prayut Chan-o-cha extended his gratitude to the Swedish ambassador for this support in the bilateral agreements between the two nations.
As Thailand and Sweden celebrate its 152nd anniversary of bilateral ties, the prime minister declared that he is ready to further to enhance diplomacy and cooperation between the two countries.
Likewise, the Swede ambassador Herrstrom showed praise to Thailand for its success in dealing with and containing the coronavirus.
The Thai PM welcomed the ambassador’s gratitude, responding that he was confident in the Swedish government’s effort against the pandemic issue.
Prime Minister Chan-o-cha added that he is willing to share the nation’s approach towards the coronavirus pandemic, even offered the vaccine research, currently underway, for Covid-19.
The PM also hoped that both the countries will pursue more significant engagements in tourism, public health, and investing,
Thailand is among the destinations for Swedish investors, for which the PM expressed gratitude.
The Thai PM also invited Swedish private companies to expand and invest in Thailand, especially in the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC).
Both of the country’s officials also discussed the methods and strategies to restore the economy in a post-coronavirus world.