Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince visit Thailand to ink landmark deal on energy

(MENAFN) Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s took a trip to Bangkok this week which had more of an affect than just forging an agreement among both kingdoms — it reached the feelings of Thais, encouraging hopes of a productive and permanent relationship.

The crown prince’s attending in Thailand indicated the initial trip by a Saudi royal to the nation in 30 years of dead diplomatic as well as financial relations.

Relations among Saudi Arabia and Thailand were regained previously in 2022 following Thai Premier Prayuth Chan-ocha trip to Riyadh at the beginning of the year as well as the two nations accepted to operate on tow sided collaboration in a “historic breakthrough.”

Thailand summoned the crown prince to be a special guest at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit which occurred during the 18th and 19th of November.

Throughout his gathering with Thailand’s presidential have presented several deals on energy, tourism as well as normalizing diplomatic ties, Thais who give info to Arab News stated that it was vital to them on a personal level as well.



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