PANAMA CITY – Panama and Thailand on Monday signed a deal aimed at strengthening the countries’ friendship and cooperation in areas including commercial relations.
Panamanian Foreign Minister Luis Miguel Hincapie, and Thailand’s Head of Department of American and South Pacific Affairs Songsak Saicheua signed the memorandum of understanding on the Establishment of the Bilateral Consultation Mechanism between the Ministry of Foreign Relations of Panama and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand.
The bilateral consultation will cover a range of mutual interests such as political, economic, commercial, financial, industrial, cultural, educational, social, scientific and technological cooperation, as well as investment, development, tourism and sport.
Hincapie said he was pleased to increase cooperation with Thailand, and highlighted the benefits of his own country as a gateway to Latin America and the Caribbean.
Saicheua, meanwhile, said Thailand is ready to cooperate closely with Panama to broaden mutual interests.