Shura Council Speaker Holds Talks with President of Senate of Thailand

Thursday 1444/5/7 - 2022/12/01
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Riyadh, December 01, 2022, SPA -- Speaker of the Shura Council, Sheikh Dr. Abdullah bin Mohammed bin Ibrahim Al Al-Sheikh, held a meeting, here today, with the President of the Senate of Thailand, Dr. Pornpetch Wichitcholchai.
At the outset of the session, the Speaker of the Shura Council welcomed the President of the Thai Senate and his accompanying delegation, stressing the importance of strengthening and developing bilateral relations to serve common interests, in addition to strengthening joint parliamentary cooperation.
He pointed out the importance of mutual visits between the two countries, especially at the parliamentary level, due to its effective role in exchanging experiences and ideas in vital fields, and opening new horizons for cooperation between the two sides.
Dr. Pornpetch Wichitcholchai expressed his appreciation for the warm reception and hospitality, reiterating his keenness to increase cooperation between the two councils, looking forward to increasing communication to contribute to increasing coordination in regional and international forums through dialogue and exchange of views and ideas to reach the desired goal in a way that serves the interests of the two countries and their citizens.
He also praised the fruitful results of the visit of His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Crown Prince and Prime Minister, to Thailand, whose discussions with officials confirmed the common desire to advance Saudi-Thai relations at various levels to new and promising horizons to serve the interests of the two countries.
During the joint talks session, various issues of common interest were reviewed, to contribute to achieving common interests, and an emphasis on strengthening communication between the Parliamentary Friendship Committees in the Shura Council and the Thai Senate and activating mutual visits between the two committees to contribute to strengthening parliamentary relations and strengthening bilateral cooperation in various fields.
19:26 LOCAL TIME 16:26 GMT