Sihasak Phuangketkeow

BANGKOK, June 30 -- Thailand's Ministry of Foreign Affairs revoked the passports of six persons who oppose the May 22 coup and have defied the orders of the coup-making National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO).
BANGKOK, June 30 --  Thailand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Monday confirmed that Europe is continuing to buy seafood from Thailand.
Sixty-two nations meeting in Pattaya have an “unfinished agenda” covering poverty, health care and disaster prevention, a top Ministry of Foreign Affairs official told the Asia-Pacific Forum on Sustainable Development.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs assured foreign diplomats earlier this week that the Thai government would not use force to disperse anti-government protesters following the invocation of the emergency decree. 
BANGKOK, Jan 8 – Foreign diplomats in Thailand are scheduled to attend a briefing at the Foreign Ministry today on measures to cope with the expected anti-government protesters’ seizure of Bangkok on Monday.
BANGKOK, 15 October 2013 The Ministry of Foreign Affairs says the International Court of Justice (ICJ) will render its ruling on Phra Viharn case early next year. 
BANGKOK, Oct 14 – The Thai Foreign Ministry will release a documentary on the Phra Viharn temple later this year, in advance of a ruling by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) over Thai-Cambodian dispute on an area adjacent to the Hindu temple, a senior...
BANGKOK, Aug 17 – Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said the Royal Thai Air Force has prepared a C-130 transport plane to evacuate Thai people from Egypt if the political situation in Cairo deteriorates.
HUA HIN, Aug 15 – ASEAN foreign ministers have agreed that relationship between member countries of the Southeast Asian region and China will play a major role in maintaining peace and stability in Asia, a senior Thai Foreign Ministry official said.
BANGKOK, 16 January 2013  The Foreign Ministry has held a discussion with related agencies on the solutions to the problem of Rohingya migrants in the country. 
BANGKOK, May 11 -- The Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC) high-level representatives hailed their visit a success in gathering firsthand information on the problems in Thailand's southernmost provinces and were confident the Thai government was on the right track to ending the problems.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has asked the US ambassador to Thailand to forward Thailand’s progress report on its fight against human trafficking to the US State Department. 
BANGKOK, 15 February 2012  - Thailand has congratulated Myanmar on its progress in solving its human rights problems. 

NSC: Bangkok blasts not act of terrorism

Wednesday, 15 February 2012 16:23
BANGKOK, 15 February 2012  – The Secretary General of the National Security Council (NSC) indicated that the three explosions which occurred in Bangkok yesterday were not terrorism related, but were targeted at unidentified individuals.