Thailand envoy says farewell

Guyana, Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Outgoing Thailand’s non-resident Ambassador, H.E. Surasak Suparat, today paid a farewell courtesy call on Hon. Moses V. Nagamootoo, Prime Minister of Guyana.

Having reached the age of 60, Ambassador Suparat is retiring from the foreign service which he first joined in 1983 when he became an Attaché in the Europe Division of Thailand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Prime Minister Nagamootoo commended the Ambassador for promoting positive relations between Thailand and Guyana, and for collaborating in training opportunities for Guyanese, especially in agriculture.

Earlier today, the Ambassador met with the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hon. Dr. Karen Cummings.

Both sides committed to strengthening relations as Thailand’s stature has been enhanced since assuming this year, the chairmanship of the Association of South-East Nations (ASEAN).

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