Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra…The 5th Mekong-Japan Summit 2012 in Tokyo

Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra arrival at Haneda Airport in Tokyo, Japan, beginning at 23:10 pm on 19 Apr .

20-4-2012 12:00 am

Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra go to Imperial hotel. To attend a luncheon at the Union Center,Japan Business Federation Keidanren and the Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry  (JCCI), held in honor of the leaders of the Mekong five countries,  Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam. Carillon Park hotel.The president of Keidanren  Invited the leaders of the countries in alphabetical order. Speech by the Prime Minister. The Prime Minister of the Union of Myanmar.

Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung proposed a new initiatives, particularly in support of road and sea transport.

The aim is to help ease traffic pressure, facilitate tourism development and exchange of goods and improve environmental protection.

Since the Mekong-Japan cooperation mechanism was put in place in 2007, Vietnam has carried out many key projects within its framework, including a project to build Lanh Huyen water port in Hai Phong under a pilot Private-Public Partnership (PPP) model, a project to build the Mekong-Japan training centre, a project to establish a sub-regional logistics training centre in Vietnam, a project on risk control in the customs sector in the Mekong region and a project to build expressways.

In addition, Vietnam has joined cross-cultural exchange programmes in Japan to help promote mutual understanding between Vietnam and Japan and other GMS nations.

At the fourth Mekong-Japan Summit, PM Dung and his delegation will affirm Vietnam’s role in the regional cooperation mechanism.

PM Dung is scheduled to meet with senior officials from the Japanese Government and major economic groups and organizations with a view to making the Vietnam-Japan strategic partnership more substantial and effective in the years to come.

President Thein Sein said Japanese investment and know-how was needed to help shrink the economic gap between these nations and other more developed economies in Southeast Asia.

“We hope that Japan’s famous and successful firms … will support us in this endeavor,” he told a luncheon organized by the Keidanren, Japan’s biggest business lobby.

“We are going through political and economic changes, and we are also setting up special economic zones,” Thein Sein said. “We welcome Japanese corporate investment in this opportunity.”

Asian investors and international tourists have started to flock to the country in recent months, and a number of Japanese companies have started projects and expressed interest in doing business in the desperately poor country. The country is rich in natural resources, including timber, oil, natural gas and gems.

Last week, the Tokyo Stock Exchange and Daiwa Securities Group said they had reached an agreement with the Central Bank of Myanmar to help establish a stock market by 2015.

“There was a political barrier until now, but that’s falling. I expect investment will accelerate from here on out.”

The Thai Prime Minister yingluck Shinawatra of this opportunity. Japan thanked the private sector. Rain, especially the pressure. For confidence that a country which claims that after the great flood at the end of last year shows that we have witnessed. Disaster of the Mekong. Not affect the country’s citizens and businesses in the Mekong River basin alone. It can affect the production chain, the links between the Mekong countries and Japan. Damage to a number of business sectors in Japan.

The Thai government has taken measures to accelerate the rehabilitation of the flood continued on Mar 6 days ago. The Thai government has approved funds for catastrophes and promote the value of 5 billion baht or U.S. $ 1,600 million. This will help protect families and households and 1.54 million total coverage of about 2.6 billion baht or U.S. $ 86,000 million. The above efforts, the Thai government. Showed that The Thai government recognizes the importance of Japanese investment in Thailand The investment of small and medium-sized Japanese companies. One of the key mechanisms that drive the economies of both Japan and the Mekong sub-region.

The ThaiPrime Minister yingluck said. Ago, the business sector, Japan has played an important role especially in the central to the development of relations between Japan and the Mekong, and it can play an important role in further strengthening the close ties to close it. in the future.

We appreciate the business benefits of infrastructure in the Mekong sub-region is another issue that challenges the private sector in Japan will be an important mechanism in driving the development of the area of transportation. The parallel with the real economy.

“We appreciate the cooperation with Japan and the Mekong to focus on the participation of the private sector and look forward to. Japanese private sector. Under the leadership of K. The Rain will take part in the drafting and implementation of action plans to a new framework for cooperation Mekong Japan, which will become effective during the three years from now, to encourage cooperation between Japan and the Mekong River Basin. Successful and the benefits of private investment in the region of Japan. And the people of the Mekong.

Which in the end. Prime Minister expressed his appreciation again. The Japanese private sector partnership with the Thai government during and after flood events. Contributes greatly to accelerate the recovering Thai economy to return to Birmingham as soon as strong, “said the Prime Minister.

Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra  attened the 5th Mekong-Japan Summit 2012 , April 20-21,in Tokyo .

The  Japanese Emperor Akihito shack hands with Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra 

The Mekong-Japan Summit will take place Saturday bringing together leaders from the Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS) — Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Myanmar and Thailand — and Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda who will chair the meeting.

The leaders of 5th Mekong Summit  go to the Akasaka Palace state guesthouse in Tokyo to meet  Japan’s Prime MinisterYoshihiko Noda,   Japan will host a summit with five Mekong nations on Saturday aimed at fostering development and friendship in a resource-rich region that is also being courted by China.

The  Japanese Emperor Akihito andThai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra 

Afternoon, The  Japanese Emperor Akihito   invited  the leaders attending the summit in Japan four riparian countries of the regions to the tea ceremon party in the Imperial Palace.The President and Prime Minister of Union of Myanmar Thein Sein , Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sena, Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung, Laos PDR Prime Minister Mr.Thongsing Thammavong and Thailand Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra have been attended by Crown Prince and  Prince Akishino.

The King shook hands with each party has been gathering information about the situation in the country .Then in the evening. Japanese Prime Minister hosted a dinner for leaders of five Mekong countries at the Akasakapalace.

The summit will review the implementation of programmes and projects under the 63-point Action Programme, the Mekong-Japan Economic and Industrial Cooperation Initiative and the Green Mekong Initiative.

The leaders are expected to adopt the “Tokyo Strategy for Mekong-Japan Cooperation” as a foundation for Mekong-Japan cooperation for the next three years (2013-2015), focusing on promoting GMS communications, cooperation for mutual development and how to ensure security and protect the environment.

16-20.00 Mekong meeting:Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen  (left)shack hands with  The  Japanese Emperor Akihito ,Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra  ,Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung(right) after a tea party for the leaders of the Mekong nations at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo on Friday.

Prime Minister of Lao PDR Mr.Thongsing Thammavong (left) and Japanese Emperor Akihiko

Myanmar’s President Thein Sein (left)Japanese Emperor Akihiko ,Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen (right

Mekong meeting: Japanese Emperor Akihiko (second right) leads Myanmar’s President Thein Sein (left) and Thailand’s Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra (right) after a tea party for the leaders of the Mekong nations at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo on Friday. Myanmar’s president says his country is eager for Japanese investment as it undergoes political and economic reforms. (AP/Toru Yamanaka, Pool)

The summit follows the 3rd Mekong-Japan Summit in Bali, Indonesia in November last year which focused on natural disaster responses and water resources management.

Yingluck said before the meeting that Thailand attended the summit as a crucial strategic partner with Japan in the sustainable co-development of the Mekong River delta.

Thailand, in the past, has played an active role in developing the GMS in varied aspects including infrastructure development, competitiveness development and human resources development, she said.

After the summit, Yingluck will visit and be briefed about the operations of Japanese rail services, particularly the Shinkansen bullet train before returning to Thailand on Sunday.

welcome dinner :Japan’s Prime MinisterYoshihiko Nodaheld in honor of  the leaders5th Mekong-Japan Summit 2012.

The leaders are feeding koi.(ร่วมให้อาหารปลาคราฟ)

หลังจากนั้น นายกรัฐมนตรี ยิ่งลักษณ์กลับที่พัก และให้การต้อนรับรองนายกรัฐมนตรีญี่ปุ่นและคณะร่วมปรึกษาหารือ ราชการ.ความช่วยเหลือและการลงทุนด้านต่างๆๆ


21 เม.ย. 55 เวลา 09.00 น. ตามเวลาท้องถิ่น นางสาวยิ่งลักษณ์ ชินวัตร นายกรัฐมนตรีเข้าร่วมการประชุมผู้นำลุ่มน้ำโขงกับญี่ปุ่น ครั้งที่ 4 ภายใต้หัวข้อ “Cooperation Between Japan and Mekong Region Countries”ณ ห้อง Hagoromo พระราชวัง Akasaka

The Leaders from five Mekong region nations -Cambodia,Laos,Vietnam,Myanmar, and Thailand  take part in the The Mekong-Japan Summit in Tokyo, Saturday, April 21, 2012.

Leaders from the Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS) — Cambodia,Laos,Vietnam,Myanmar, and Thailand — take part in the Japan-Mekong summit in Tokyo April 21, 2012. Japanese Prime MinisterYoshihiko Noda   said on Saturday Tokyo would provide 600 billion yen ($7.35 billion) in official development aid to Mekong region countries in three years from April 2013 to help improve the region’s infrastructure and boost the area’s economy.

Japan’s Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda (3rd L) holds hands with the leaders of the Mekong region nations, Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen (L), Laos’ Prime Minister Thongsing Thammavong (2nd L), Myanmar’s President Thein Sein (3rd R), Thailand’s Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra (2nd R) and Vietnam’s Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung, at the Japan-Mekong summit at the state guesthouse in Tokyo on Saturday….. REUTERS/POOL.

Japan’s Prime Minister   Yoshihiko Noda(R) greetsThailand’s Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra upon her arrival at the Japan-Mekong summit in Tokyo April 21, 2012. Noda said on Saturday Tokyo would provide 600 billion yen ($7.35 billion) in official development aid to Mekong region countries in three years from April 2013 to help improve the region’s infrastructure and boost the area’s economy. 

  1. Japan’s Prime Minister   Yoshihiko Nodatake The leaders of 5th Mekong Summit  part in an electric car demonstration on the sidelines of the Mekong-Japan Summit in Tokyo, Saturday, April 21, 2012.

    Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra  said that Thailand has always supported neighbouring countries and development in the GMS, and would like to propose joint Thai-Japanese development projects for the expansion of cooperation on East-West Economic Corridor and Southern Economic Corridor developments to be a genuine economic corridor and be able to respond to risks from flood and other natural disasters in the future.

    As for the Southern Economic Corridor, the Thai premier has invited Japan to support and participate in the development of the Dawei deep sea port in Myanmar as Thailand would allocate a budget for the construction of a highway to link Bangkok with the Thai-Myanmar border provinces, which would eventually connect the route between the Andaman Sea and South China Sea under the Southern Economic Corridor.

    The Thai prime minister has proposed Thailand and Japan jointly organise a training programme to upgrade the competitiveness of the SMEs in GMS.

    Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra added that Thailand has emphasised for its police to provide assistance to neighbouring countries and this year, it has allocated US$77 million towards infrastructure development and technical assistance for the prosperity of the region.

    At the 5th summit, the leaders has reviewed the implementation of programmes and projects under the 63-point Action Programme, the Mekong-Japan Economic and Industrial Cooperation Initiative (MJ-CI) and the Green Mekong Initiative.

    They have also adopted the “Tokyo Strategy for Mekong-Japan Cooperation” as a foundation for Mekong-Japan cooperation for the next three years, from 2013 to 2015, focusing on promoting communications between the GMS, cooperation for mutual development, and methods of ensuring security and protecting the environment.


    Thai Prime Minister Yingluck ShinawatraJR Kyushu Traffic Control Center

    นายกรัฐมนตรีและคณะ เมื่อเดินทางถึงท่าอากาศยานนานาชาติฟูกูโอกะ นายเซจิโร ฮัตโตริ รองผู้ว่าราชการจังหวัดฟูกูโอกะ ได้ให้การต้อนรับ และเดินทางต่อไปยังศูนย์ควบคุมการจราจร และสถานีรถไฟฮากาตะ เพื่อเยี่ยมชมและรับฟังการบรรยายสรุปเกี่ยวกับการดำเนินงานของรถไฟซินคันเซ็น และระบบความปลอดภัย จากนั้น เยี่ยมชมร้านขายของที่ระลึกและสินค้าโอท็อปภายในสถานี ก่อนที่จะเดินทางด้วยขบวนรถไฟซินกันเซ็น ไปยังจังหวัดคุมาโมโตะ และขึ้นรถไฟทัศนาจร อะโสะบอยส์ เพื่อชมแนวคิดและการตกแต่งแบบรีสอร์ต เทรน โครงการหนึ่งตำบล หนึ่งผลิตภัณฑ์ของจังหวัดคุมาโมโตะ ปราสาทคุมาโมโตะ


    The castle was built in classical style with a beautiful 420 yearold stands on a hill in the center. I have called the Black Castle. Created by the renownedwarlord. He’s reflected on it over.
    ปราสาทคุมาโมโต้ ประเทศญี่ปุ่น เป็นประสาทที่สร้างในปี ค.ศ.1607 (พ.ศ.2150) นับเป็นปราสาทสำคัญมากแห่งหนึ่งของญี่ปุ่น ช่วงก่อสร้าง มีการปลูกต้นแปะก๊วย เพื่อเป็นหลักประกันว่าผู้อยู่อาศัยในปราสาทจะมีอาหารรับประทานหากมีการรบเกิดขึ้นจึงกลายเป็นที่มาของชื่อปราสาทอีกชื่อว่า จินแนน-โจ (ปราสาทแห่งต้นจินโกะ หรือแปะก๊วย)
    พื้นที่อาณาบริเวณของปราสาทยาวประมาณ 9 กิโลเมตร รวมพื้นที่บริเวณปราสาท ราว 980,000 ตารางเมตร  ตัวปราสาทมีหอคอยสูง 2 หอ ทำให้สามารถมองได้รอบทิศจากมุมสูง หอใหญ่จะสูง 30 เมตร (ประมาณตึก 10 ชั้น) หอเล็กสูง 19 เมตร ปราสาทเดิมถูกทำลายด้วยไฟ ในปี ค.ศ.1877 (พ.ศ. 2420) และได้สร้างใหม่ในปี ค.ศ.1960 (พ.ศ.2503)
    ปราสาทนี้เป็นสถาปัตยกรรมที่ก่อสร้างตามแนวกว้าง ความสวยงามของเส้นโค้งของฐานปราสาทที่เป็นหินโค้งสวยไล่ระดับไปจนถึงตัวปราสาท เทคนิคที่สวยงามกลับทำให้ศัตรูยากที่จะเข้าถึงหรือโจมตีได้

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