The Prime Minister heads to the ASEAN-Australia Forum to meet leaders and CEOs of major companies.

Prime Minister flies to summit platform The ASEAN-Australia Special Session (ASEAN-Australia Special Summit 2024) in Melbourne was packed with long queues to meet leaders and CEOs of major companies, emphasizing Thailand's role in integrating cooperation in the region.

At 8:30 am on 4 March at Suvarnabhumi Airport, Mr Sitha Thavisin, Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, flew to Melbourne. Commonwealth of Australia to participate in the 2024 ASEAN-Australia Special Summit to celebrate the 50th anniversary of relations between 4 and 6 March 2024.

Meanwhile, Mr. Chai Washaroong, spokesman for the Prime Minister's Office, revealed that during this meeting the Prime Minister will raise important issues that benefit Thailand. It is related to cooperation and includes seamless communications (Seamless Logistics) in both investments, infrastructure and relations between people, and this includes benefiting from free trade agreements. Investing in infrastructure development (port, Landbridge project and EEC project), digital economy and visa facilitation, including a green agenda that takes the environment into account.

This includes pushing to solve regional and international problems such as strategic competition. Reaffirming Thailand's position in negotiating an effective code of conduct in the South China Sea. Providing humanitarian aid in Myanmar, food security and health, and especially introducing the innovative role of Thailand. The pressure is particularly on the foundation of the ASEAN Center for Public Health Emergencies and Emerging Diseases (ACPHEED) to be concrete. And join together to combat climate change. Focus on investment cooperation and green innovation. And using innovation to deal with climate change

On this occasion, the Prime Minister is scheduled to meet with the Prime Minister of Malaysia, the Prime Minister of the Lao People's Democratic Republic, and the Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Australia. The Prime Minister of New Zealand is also scheduled to meet with key executives of global companies such as Fortescue (mining and green energy), Linfox (transport and logistics), Redflow (zinc and bromine energy storage systems), ANCA (software development) and NextDC (data management). ) and Hesta (Provide Fund)

The Prime Minister will end his mission in Melbourne on the evening of March 6, local time. It will depart from Melbourne Airport. To Berlin The Federal Republic of Germany will continue to participate in ITB Berlin 2024.

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