Culture Minister set to enhance national treasure conservation exchange with Peru


BANGKOK, 19 July 2015 – The Minister of Culture is satisfied with his visit to Peru and expects both countries to gear up on developmental exchanges in national treasure conservation.

The Minister of Culture Vira Rojpojchanarat has addressed that he is satisfied with his official visit to the Republic of Peru, as it marks the beginning of a cultural relations enhancement between the two countries that will further lead both nations to more cooperation in trade, investment, and tourism.

He has said that Thailand and Peru will initiate exchanges in museum development, ancient site preservation, and in contemporary arts and culture. Thailand is set adapt the management procedures that are similar to Peru’s conservation of its World Heritage Sites. Thai academics and archeologists will be sent to study Peru’s tribal civilization to find similarities between the two nations.

The Thai Musical and Traditional Dance performances, celebrating 50 years of diplomatic relations between Thailand and Peru has received much attention from the Peruvian public at all three shows. This indicates that the Peruvian public are eager to learn about Thai culture and ASEAN.

The performances’ accomplishments will then be evaluated, while the number of Thai arts and cultural performances in South American nations are also expected to be increased.