Minister Jiraporn discusses PM’s global diplomacy efforts

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Jiraporn commented on the prime minister’s effective negotiation skills, particularly his ability to grasp essential issues swiftly and guide discussions to focus on the main points efficiently.

Prime Minister’s Office Minister Jiraporn Sindhuprai has shared experiences from her first international trip with Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin in Italy, highlighting it as a crucial moment for Thailand to display its dedication and improve its economic standing.

During her discussion with the media, Minister Jiraporn detailed the prime minister’s recent activities, including key negotiations with French President Emmanuel Macron and various influential global brands. These discussions, she noted, are part of Thailand’s strategy to enhance its diplomatic and economic engagements worldwide.


Jiraporn, who oversees the Public Relations Department, emphasized the significant role of the media in disseminating the government’s strategies and ensuring that Thai citizens are well-informed about the reasons and benefits of this international tour. She pointed out that the diplomatic visit is vital for presenting Thailand as a capable and attractive destination for international investments, which in turn would foster job creation and business opportunities domestically.

Jiraporn also commented on the prime minister’s effective negotiation skills, particularly his ability to grasp essential issues swiftly and guide discussions to focus on the main points efficiently. She further shared insights from a productive meeting between Srettha and President Macron that led to a private discussion, further solidifying the ties between Thailand and France.




Minister Jiraporn went on to mention the prime minister’s initiative to promote Thai textiles on the global stage, specifically through the innovative use of “Pha Khao Ma,” a traditional Thai checkered fabric. During the trip, the fabric was showcased in suits designed by Thai artisans, demonstrating its adaptability and the potential to blend Thai design with international fashion trends. (NNT)