India and Thailand will increase cooperation in traditional medicine system

The four-day visit of Thailand's Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Parnpri Bahidha-Nukara to India concluded on Wednesday. He was on a visit to New Delhi to attend the India-Thailand Joint Commission meeting.

Feb 28, 2024 - 15:18
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India and Thailand will increase cooperation in traditional medicine system
India and Thailand will increase cooperation in traditional medicine system

28-02-2024. National. The four-day visit of Thailand's Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Parnpri Bahidha-Nukara to India concluded on Wednesday. He was on a visit to New Delhi to attend the India-Thailand Joint Commission meeting.

On Tuesday, he met Foreign Minister Dr. S. Co-chaired the 10th India-Thailand Joint Commission meeting with Jaishankar at Hyderabad House here. During this period, an academic agreement has been signed between the National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur and the Department of Traditional and Alternative Medicine of Thailand.

During the JCM, the two ministers reviewed progress in wide-ranging areas of bilateral cooperation including defense and security, trade and investment, connectivity, science and technology, health, culture and people-to-people exchanges, the Ministry of External Affairs said in a statement. . They also exchanged views on regional and multilateral issues of mutual interest. The two Ministers committed to further enhance cooperation in sub-regional, regional and multilateral platforms within the framework of ASEAN, BIMSTEC, MGC, ACMECS and IMT-GT.

After the meeting, Jaishankar wrote on the social media platform 'X' that the expansion of our bilateral relations in strategic, defence, security, trade and investment, pharmaceuticals, connectivity, digital, space and tourism was discussed. Also shared views on Myanmar, India-ASEAN and multilateral cooperation. Agreement reached in the field of Ayurveda and Thai traditional medicine.

jaishankar welcomed Thailand's decision to co-lead the marine ecology pillar of the Indo-Pacific Oceans Initiative (IPOI). Before concluding his visit, Nukara also met Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar and discussed cultural, linguistic and religious ties between the two countries.

At a time when the geopolitical landscape is undergoing major changes, the visit of the Deputy PM of Thailand to India is an important step towards strengthening the mutual partnership between the two countries.

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