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Thailand Seeks Partnership with Muslims to Improve Quality of Life

According to Deputy Prime Minister Anutin Charnvirakul, Thailand is committed to cooperating with Muslim countries on food security, energy, and climate change issues to enhance the country’s quality of life for its people.

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According to Deputy Prime Minister Anutin Charnvirakul, Thailand is committed to cooperating with Muslim countries on food security, energy, and climate change issues to enhance the country’s quality of life for its people.

According to a recent policy announcement by Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin, the Thailand Government says it plans to make Thailand a regional hub in areas such as health services, air transportation, telecommunications, education, and tourism.

Commenting on the policy at a recent Ambassador’s visit to the Southern Border Provinces PM Thavisin says that Thailand is committed to cooperation.

“Thailand is especially committed to cooperating with our friends in Muslim countries on food security, energy, and climate change issues for the stability and quality of life of our people,” says PM Thavisin.

The three-day Ambassadors’ Visit was co-organised by the Southern Border Provinces Administrative Centre (SBPAC) and Thailand’s Foreign Ministry to showcase the strengths and development potential of Thailand’s southern border provinces.

Thailand’s three southernmost provinces – Yala, Pattani, and Narathiwat – are home to a predominantly Muslim population.

The visit, themed “Uplift the People’s Quality of Life,” included ambassadors from Brunei, Egypt, and Iran, and diplomatic officers from Indonesia, Malaysia, the Maldives, Nigeria, and Uzbekistan.

Commenting on the visit, Thailand’s Deputy Prime Minister Anutin Charnviralkul says that the world is now facing more challenges than ever before, with adversity spanning economic, social, epidemic, and environmental problems.

“Sincere relationships and constructive cooperation have become crucial for our existence, as partnerships will lead to solutions and sustainable development,” says Charnviralkul.

Meanwhile, Pattani Province Governor Patimoh Sadiyamu highlighted Pattani’s abundant natural resources, particularly its sea and mangrove forests, as well as its rich cultural traditions.

“Majority of the population practices Islam; however, they can live with people of other religions peacefully under one institution’s ideology – the Nation, the Religion, the Monarchy,” says Sadiyamu.

Sadiyamu expressed optimism about the visit’s potential to foster collaboration, particularly in infrastructure development, which she believes will catalyse growth in the economy, trade, logistics, agro-industry, fisheries, international investment, and the enhancement of product quality and entrepreneurship.

Notes from the Editor: This feature has been edited from its original publication here.

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