Thai PM to Visit India, Boost Strategic Partnership

Thai PM to Visit India, Boost Strategic Partnership

The Thai government is prepared to enhance Thai-Indian relations, anticipating that this year’s planned visit to India will elevate the partnership to a strategic level.

Thai Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin recently spoke with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, congratulating him on his third consecutive term. Srettha commended Modi’s governance and reiterated Thailand’s dedication to strengthening bilateral ties.

The Thai government is prepared to enhance Thai-Indian relations, anticipating that this year's planned visit to India will elevate the partnership to a strategic level. Prime Minister Modi welcomed Srettha's upcoming visit and expressed his intent to attend the BIMSTEC meeting in Thailand in September, seeing it as an opportunity to further develop bilateral cooperation and economic ties.

In their initial conversation months ago, Prime Minister Modi also congratulated Srettha on his new role. Both leaders expressed optimism about maintaining strong relations between the two countries.

Prime Minister Srettha announced plans for an official visit to India this year to discuss deepening cooperation. This includes regional collaboration and initiatives under the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC), aiming to advance the strategic partnership between Thailand and India.

Prime Minister Modi welcomed Srettha’s upcoming visit and expressed his intent to attend the BIMSTEC meeting in Thailand in September, seeing it as an opportunity to further develop bilateral cooperation and economic ties.

BIMSTEC is an international organization comprising seven South Asian and Southeast Asian countries, representing 1.73 billion people with a combined GDP of 5.2 trillion US dollars.

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