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Thailand Parliamentary delegation visits New Delhi, expresses interest in investing in India

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 09 Feb 2024, 05:57 pm

Thailand's Parliamentary delegation, led by Chairwoman Pikulkaew Krairiksh of the Senate Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, recently visited India when they expressed their interest in investing in the country.

"We appreciate the hospitality here,"  Krairiksh was quoted as saying by DD News, expressing hope for continued collaboration. "I hope that we can maintain connectivity between the Thai and Indian parliaments. We have projects like the trilateral road in the north and the Ranong port, which we have been discussing for a long time. I believe India might find them interesting."

One significant project discussed is the India-Myanmar-Thailand Trilateral Highway, spanning over 1,300 kilometers, DD News reported.

The delegation also met Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar.

Following the meeting, S Jaishankar posted on X: "Glad to meet Thai Senate delegation led by Senator Pikulkeaw Krairiksh in New Delhi today."

"Appreciate their warm sentiments towards India-Thailand relationship and aspiration to grow it further," he wrote on X.

"As civilizational partners, committed to strengthen bonds of culture, connectivity, trade and beyond," the Indian Minister said.

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