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The Royal Bhutanese Embassy in Bangkok, Thailand celebrated the 114th National Day at the Chancery premises. The celebra...
17/12/2021

The Royal Bhutanese Embassy in Bangkok, Thailand celebrated the 114th National Day at the Chancery premises.

The celebration began with the hoisting of national flag followed by the national anthem, marching ceremony and offering of Zhabten for the long life and well-being of His Majesty The King.

Coinciding with the auspicious occasion, the Embassy launched its website. The website will strengthen the sharing of information related to the work of Embassy and also serve as a medium to connect the Embassy with all Bhutanese seeking support and assistance of the Embassy. The information on various consular services provided by the Embassy will also be available through the website: Link: https://www.mfa.gov.bt/rbebangkok/

Ambassador Kinzang Dorji awarded the Royal Civil Service Medal to Mr. Pema Tenzin, Minister Counsellor at the Embassy for his 20 years of dedicated service to the nation.

Following the celebration, the Embassy officials and family members watched His Majesty’s address to the Nation on BBS TV.

In view of the ongoing COVID pandemic, only the officials and family members attended the celebration.

#Palden_Drukpa_Gyelo

01/12/2021
29/11/2021

This is to inform that the Election Commission of Bhutan will be sending the postal ballots for the 3rd Local Government Election to the email address that you have used to register for the postal ballot facility.

You are requested to kindly drop off or mail your postal ballot, properly sealed, to the Embassy address as follows:

Mr. Kalden Dorji
Counsellor
Royal Bhutanese Embassy,
375/1 Soi Ratchadanivej,
Pracha-Uthit Road, Samsen Nok,
Huay Kwang, Bangkok 10310

Kindly note that the postal ballot needs to be delivered on or before 18 December 2021.

Kutshab Kinzang Dorji made a courtesy call on HE General Surayud Chulanont, President of the Privy Council today. The Pr...
26/11/2021

Kutshab Kinzang Dorji made a courtesy call on HE General Surayud Chulanont, President of the Privy Council today.

The President congratulated Kutshab on his appointment as the Ambassador of Bhutan to Thailand. Kutshab thanked the President and the Royal Privy Council for their continued support to Bhutan and the Royal Bhutanese Embassy.

Kutshab informed that the Royal Government of Bhutan appreciates the gesture of the Royal Thai Government for including Bhutan in the list of countries from where travelers are exempted from quarantine in Thailand. This exemption has made the visits of Bhutanese in Thailand for business, education, medical and vacation much easier and convenient.

Kutshab also commended the Royal Thai Government for their admirable effort in combating the COVID-19 pandemic, including the mass inoculation programme. Bhutanese citizens residing in Thailand are beneficiaries of the free vaccine provided by Thailand.

Kutshab also thanked the Royal Thai Government and the various universities and institutes in Thailand for providing scholarships to Bhutanese which has everlasting positive impact on our relations.

Kutshab informed that it will be his priority to further strengthen the close bond of friendship that exists between the two Kingdoms.

Ambassador Kinzang Dorji called on His Excellency General Prayut Chan-o-cha, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Thailand o...
18/11/2021

Ambassador Kinzang Dorji called on His Excellency General Prayut Chan-o-cha, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Thailand on 17 November 2021 at the Government House.

The Prime Minister extended a warm welcome and conveyed his felicitations to Ambassador on his appointment as Ambassador of Bhutan to Thailand. He conveyed his best wishes to Ambassador and expressed confidence that relations between the two countries would be further strengthened in the coming years.

Ambassador expressed sincere appreciation to Thailand for its continued support and assistance towards Bhutan’s socio-economic development. He expressed his keen desire to expand the existing cooperation in the areas of trade, tourism, human resource development including to explore market for Bhutan’s organic agriculture products. Ambassador also referred to Thailand’s Innovation Driven Economy and said that we would be interested to collaborate in that sector as Bhutan also seeks to be an innovation driven society.

Ambassador expressed the positive impact of cooperation in the education sector, which has further strengthened existing strong relationship between the two countries and its people. Ambassador added that Bhutan is interested in exploring scholarships in new areas such as digital technology.

Prime Minister informed that it is also the priority of Thailand to expand its existing cooperation with Bhutan and sought Bhutan’s support for exploring investment opportunities for Thai companies in Bhutan.

The Prime Minister thanked the Royal Government of Bhutan for providing 150,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine to Thailand and conveyed gratitude for facilitating the repatriation of Thai nationals during the COVID pandemic.

Thanking the Prime Minister, Ambassador assured that he will put in all his efforts to sustain and further strengthen the close bond of friendship and cooperation that exist between the two Kingdoms.

Kutshab Kinzang Dorji presented his Letter of Credence to H.E. Madam Halimah Yacob, President of the Republic of Singapo...
12/11/2021

Kutshab Kinzang Dorji presented his Letter of Credence to H.E. Madam Halimah Yacob, President of the Republic of Singapore on 11th November 2021, accrediting him as the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Kingdom of Bhutan to the Republic of Singapore. The ceremony was held virtually in view of the travel restrictions due to the COVID19 pandemic.

The ceremony was followed by a courtesy call during which the President congratulated Kutshab on his appointment and conveyed her best wishes for a successful tenure.

The President highlighted that the year 2022 would mark 20 years of our diplomatic relations and expressed satisfaction over the close friendship and cooperation between the two countries that continues to grow.

The President commended Bhutan for doing very well in handling the COVID19 pandemic. She noted the high vaccination rate and commended Bhutan’s successful vaccination campaign which ensured that the vaccines reached the remotest of the areas.

Kutshab conveyed the warm greetings of His Majesty The King, Her Majesty the Queen and people of Bhutan to the President and through her to the people of Singapore. Kutshab said that he is honored and humbled to present his credentials on the day when people in Bhutan are celebrating the auspicious birth anniversary of His Majesty The Fourth King.

Thanking the President for her well wishes on his appointment, Kutshab expressed his firm commitment to deepen and further strengthen the friendly ties between the two countries during his tenure as Bhutan’s Ambassador to Singapore. He expressed his keen desire to expand cooperation and collaboration in education, health, ICT, skilling program as well as strengthen people to people contacts between the two countries.

The diplomatic relations between Bhutan and Singapore was established in September 2002.

Kutshab Kinzang Dorji presented his Letter of Credence to H.E. Madam Halimah Yacob, President of the Republic of Singapore on 11th November 2021, accrediting him as the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Kingdom of Bhutan to the Republic of Singapore. The ceremony was held virtually in view of the travel restrictions due to the COVID19 pandemic.

The ceremony was followed by a courtesy call during which the President congratulated Kutshab on his appointment and conveyed her best wishes for a successful tenure.

The President highlighted that the year 2022 would mark 20 years of our diplomatic relations and expressed satisfaction over the close friendship and cooperation between the two countries that continues to grow.

The President commended Bhutan for doing very well in handling the COVID19 pandemic. She noted the high vaccination rate and commended Bhutan’s successful vaccination campaign which ensured that the vaccines reached the remotest of the areas.

Kutshab conveyed the warm greetings of His Majesty The King, Her Majesty the Queen and people of Bhutan to the President and through her to the people of Singapore. Kutshab said that he is honored and humbled to present his credentials on the day when people in Bhutan are celebrating the auspicious birth anniversary of His Majesty The Fourth King.

Thanking the President for her well wishes on his appointment, Kutshab expressed his firm commitment to deepen and further strengthen the friendly ties between the two countries during his tenure as Bhutan’s Ambassador to Singapore. He expressed his keen desire to expand cooperation and collaboration in education, health, ICT, skilling program as well as strengthen people to people contacts between the two countries.

The diplomatic relations between Bhutan and Singapore was established in September 2002.

The Royal Bhutanese Embassy in Thailand joins the nation in celebrating the auspicious occasion of the 66th Birth Annive...
11/11/2021

The Royal Bhutanese Embassy in Thailand joins the nation in celebrating the auspicious occasion of the 66th Birth Anniversary of His Majesty The Fourth King.
We offer our humble prayers and best wishes for the good health and long life of His Majesty The Fourth King.

07/11/2021

Kutshab Kinzang Dorji presented his Letters of Credence to His Majesty The King Maha Vajiralongkorn Phra Vajiraklaochaoyuhua of the Kingdom of Thailand on 5th November 2021, accrediting him as the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Kingdom of Bhutan to the Kingdom of Thailand. The Presentation of Credentials took place at the Ambara Villa, Royal Dusit Palace.

Bhutan and Thailand established diplomatic relations in November 1989. The two countries share close bonds of friendship and cooperation in diverse fields such as human resource development, tourism, education, health and agriculture, and people to people contact.

07/11/2021

6 November, 2021, Tashichhodzong:

His Majesty The King granted Dhar to appoint secretaries to the Foreign Ministry and the GNH Commission.

Ambassador Pema Choden, who had been serving as Director General of the Multilateral Affairs Department in the Foreign Ministry, is the new Foreign Secretary.

Rinchen Wangdi, who was serving as Director in the GNH Commission has been appointed as the GNHC Secretary.

The Royal Bhutanese Embassy joins the nation in  joyfully commemorating the 13th coronation anniversary of His Majesty T...
31/10/2021

The Royal Bhutanese Embassy joins the nation in joyfully commemorating the 13th coronation anniversary of His Majesty The King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck.

We humbly offer our sincere prayers for the continued good health and long life of His Majesty The Druk Gyalpo.

On this solemn occasion, we would also like to rededicate ourselves in service of the Tsa-Wa-Sum and pledge to work with utmost loyalty, integrity and sincerity towards achieving our collective vision of a happier and prosperous Bhutan.

Long Live Our King

The Royal Bhutanese Embassy joins the nation in joyfully commemorating the 13th coronation anniversary of His Majesty The King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck.

We humbly offer our sincere prayers for the continued good health and long life of His Majesty The Druk Gyalpo.

On this solemn occasion, we would also like to rededicate ourselves in service of the Tsa-Wa-Sum and pledge to work with utmost loyalty, integrity and sincerity towards achieving our collective vision of a happier and prosperous Bhutan.

Long Live Our King

Ambassador Kinzang Dorji attended the Asia Pacific Regional commemoration of the United Nations day 2021 at UN- ESCAP, B...
25/10/2021

Ambassador Kinzang Dorji attended the Asia Pacific Regional commemoration of the United Nations day 2021 at UN- ESCAP, Bangkok today.

Speaking at the event, Ambassador highlighted the significance of UN day celebration for Bhutan this year as it coincides with the 50th Anniversary of Bhutan’s membership in the UN. Ambassador reflected on Bhutan’s 50 years of journey and the successful partnership with the UN. He expressed deep appreciation to the UN for the support and assistance which has contributed towards Bhutan’s socio-economic development.

Speaking on the COVID19 pandemic, the Ambassador called for enhanced commitment towards deepening bilateral, regional and multilateral partnerships to strengthen the collective efforts to end the crisis and emerge stronger and more united from the fallout created by the pandemic.

The Ambassador conveyed deepest appreciation to the thousands of men and women working at the UN for their relentless drive and hard work towards maintaining international peace and security, developing friendly relations among the nations, promoting social progress, better living standards and human rights.

Ambassador had an introductory meeting with Ms. Armida Alisjahbana, Under Secretary General and Executive Secretary of UN-ESCAP on the sidelines of the event. He expressed his keen desire to actively engage with ESCAP during his tenure. The Executive Secretary congratulated the Ambassador on his assumption of post and briefed him on the ongoing collaborations between Bhutan and ESCAP.

ESCAP is the regional development arm of the UN for the Asia-Pacific region with 53 Member States and 9 Associate Members. Bhutan has been a Member State of ESCAP since January 1972.

Bhutan included in the list of ‘Low Risk Countries and Territories’ released by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thail...
21/10/2021

Bhutan included in the list of ‘Low Risk Countries and Territories’ released by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand on 21st October 2021.

Fully vaccinated individuals from ‘Low Risk Countries and Territories’ will be permitted to enter Thailand without quarantine requirement with effect from 1st November 2021.

Please refer attached Press Release and Schemes for entering Thailand.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in a simple ceremony, bid farewell to the Foreign Secretary, Ambassador Kinga Singye to...
14/10/2021

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in a simple ceremony, bid farewell to the Foreign Secretary, Ambassador Kinga Singye today.

Ambassador Kinga Singye started his career as a Trainee Officer in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in April 1984. Since then, he served in various capacities in the Ministry, and the Royal Government’s Embassies and Missions overseas including as the Ambassador/Permanent Representative of Bhutan to the United Nations and other International Organizations in Geneva from December 2015 to July 2019. He also served as the Executive Head of the Bhutan Broadcasting Service from 2000 to 2003.

Ambassador Kinga Singye was appointed as Foreign Secretary in August 2019.

He has had an illustrious career in the Foreign Service and retires having successfully served for more than 37 years.

The Embassy joins the Ministry in congratulating Ambassador Kinga Singye on the successful completion of his civil service tenure. We wish him good health, success and a very happy retired life. #Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Royal Government of Bhutan

On the auspicious and joyous occasion of the 10th Anniversary of the Royal Wedding of His Majesty the King Jigme Khesar ...
13/10/2021

On the auspicious and joyous occasion of the 10th Anniversary of the Royal Wedding of His Majesty the King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and Her Majesty The Queen Jetsun Pema Wangchuck, we join the people of Bhutan in offering our devout prayers for the continued wellbeing and happiness of Their Majesties.

Long Live The Druk Gyalpo and Druk Gyaltsuen!

On the auspicious and joyous occasion of the 10th Anniversary of the Royal Wedding of His Majesty the King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and Her Majesty The Queen Jetsun Pema Wangchuck, we join the people of Bhutan in offering our devout prayers for the continued wellbeing and happiness of Their Majesties.

Long Live The Druk Gyalpo and Druk Gyaltsuen!

02/09/2021

The 15th Round Table Meeting Concludes.

The 15th Round Table Meeting was successfully convened today. Hon'ble Foreign Minister, (Dr.) Tandi Dorji Chaired the meeting.

The 15th RTM has taken place at a crucial time in Bhutan’s development journey. Bhutan is halfway through its 12th Five-Year Plan and a little over two years remain before the country
graduates from the LDC category in 2023.

The RTM provided an opportunity to discuss with our partners the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead of us as we continue to strive to meet our goals of the 12th Five Year Plan, and prepare for sustainable graduation in 2023.

The development partners endorsed and supported our plans and programmes which have been reoriented to respond to the need of the hour.

The 15 RTM was organized by the Gross National Happiness Commission , Ministry of Finance, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

01/09/2021

15th Round Table Meeting

The 15th Round Table Meeting (RTM) between the Royal Government of Bhutan and Development Partners will be held on 2 September 2021 in Thimphu to review the progress and implementation of the 12th Five Year Plan.

The RTM is the highest forum for policy dialogue between the RGoB and its Development Partners. It is an opportunity to deepen understanding and partnership through sharing of development experiences including success, challenges and opportunities.

This year’s RTM is being held at a time when Bhutan is midway through its 12th Five-Year Plan and is set to graduate from the LDC category in 2023. This is an important milestone in its development journey. The RTM will provide updates on the progress of the 12th Five Year Plan and inform on the country’s macroeconomic performance and outlook. The RTM will also share challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic and response measures of the RGoB.

The RTM will be convened in a hybrid format (in-person and virtual) considering the restrictions posed by the pandemic. A total of 146 participants, of which 94 representatives of Development Partners and 52 national participants will attend the RTM. Development Partners will deliver statements on the areas of cooperation with RGoB.

His Excellency Lyonpo Namgay Tshering, Vice Chair of the GNH Commission and Finance Minister of Bhutan will deliver the Keynote Address during the inaugural session of the RTM. His Excellency Lyonpo (Dr.) Tandi Dorji, Hon’ble Foreign Minister will Chair the 15th RTM.

The 14th RTM was held in March 2019 in Thimphu.

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The Royal Bhutanese Embassy in Bangkok represents Bhutan in Thailand. The Embassy is concurrently accredited to Australia, Myanmar and Singapore. The Embassy represents the political, economic, and cultural interests of Bhutan in these countries. The Embassy also provides consular services to Bhutanese citizens residing in or travelling to Thailand, Australia, Myanmar and Singapore.

The Embassy through this page aims to build stronger social connections with all the Bhutanese as well as friends of Bhutan in Thailand, Singapore, Myanmar and Australia. The page will provide useful information and updates and, remind everyone of the presence of a Bhutanese Embassy in Thailand.

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The Royal Bhutanese Embassy in Bangkok, Thailand celebrated the 114th National Day at the Chancery premises. The celebration began with the hoisting of national flag followed by the national anthem, marching ceremony and offering of Zhabten for the long life and well-being of His Majesty The King. Coinciding with the auspicious occasion, the Embassy launched its website. The website will strengthen the sharing of information related to the work of Embassy and also serve as a medium to connect the Embassy with all Bhutanese seeking support and assistance of the Embassy. The information on various consular services provided by the Embassy will also be available through the website: Link: https://www.mfa.gov.bt/rbebangkok/ Ambassador Kinzang Dorji awarded the Royal Civil Service Medal to Mr. Pema Tenzin, Minister Counsellor at the Embassy for his 20 years of dedicated service to the nation. Following the celebration, the Embassy officials and family members watched His Majesty’s address to the Nation on BBS TV. In view of the ongoing COVID pandemic, only the officials and family members attended the celebration. #Palden_Drukpa_Gyelo
This is to inform that the Election Commission of Bhutan will be sending the postal ballots for the 3rd Local Government Election to the email address that you have used to register for the postal ballot facility. You are requested to kindly drop off or mail your postal ballot, properly sealed, to the Embassy address as follows: Mr. Kalden Dorji Counsellor Royal Bhutanese Embassy, 375/1 Soi Ratchadanivej, Pracha-Uthit Road, Samsen Nok, Huay Kwang, Bangkok 10310 Kindly note that the postal ballot needs to be delivered on or before 18 December 2021.
Kutshab Kinzang Dorji made a courtesy call on HE General Surayud Chulanont, President of the Privy Council today. The President congratulated Kutshab on his appointment as the Ambassador of Bhutan to Thailand. Kutshab thanked the President and the Royal Privy Council for their continued support to Bhutan and the Royal Bhutanese Embassy. Kutshab informed that the Royal Government of Bhutan appreciates the gesture of the Royal Thai Government for including Bhutan in the list of countries from where travelers are exempted from quarantine in Thailand. This exemption has made the visits of Bhutanese in Thailand for business, education, medical and vacation much easier and convenient. Kutshab also commended the Royal Thai Government for their admirable effort in combating the COVID-19 pandemic, including the mass inoculation programme. Bhutanese citizens residing in Thailand are beneficiaries of the free vaccine provided by Thailand. Kutshab also thanked the Royal Thai Government and the various universities and institutes in Thailand for providing scholarships to Bhutanese which has everlasting positive impact on our relations. Kutshab informed that it will be his priority to further strengthen the close bond of friendship that exists between the two Kingdoms.
Ambassador Kinzang Dorji called on His Excellency General Prayut Chan-o-cha, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Thailand on 17 November 2021 at the Government House. The Prime Minister extended a warm welcome and conveyed his felicitations to Ambassador on his appointment as Ambassador of Bhutan to Thailand. He conveyed his best wishes to Ambassador and expressed confidence that relations between the two countries would be further strengthened in the coming years. Ambassador expressed sincere appreciation to Thailand for its continued support and assistance towards Bhutan’s socio-economic development. He expressed his keen desire to expand the existing cooperation in the areas of trade, tourism, human resource development including to explore market for Bhutan’s organic agriculture products. Ambassador also referred to Thailand’s Innovation Driven Economy and said that we would be interested to collaborate in that sector as Bhutan also seeks to be an innovation driven society. Ambassador expressed the positive impact of cooperation in the education sector, which has further strengthened existing strong relationship between the two countries and its people. Ambassador added that Bhutan is interested in exploring scholarships in new areas such as digital technology. Prime Minister informed that it is also the priority of Thailand to expand its existing cooperation with Bhutan and sought Bhutan’s support for exploring investment opportunities for Thai companies in Bhutan. The Prime Minister thanked the Royal Government of Bhutan for providing 150,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine to Thailand and conveyed gratitude for facilitating the repatriation of Thai nationals during the COVID pandemic. Thanking the Prime Minister, Ambassador assured that he will put in all his efforts to sustain and further strengthen the close bond of friendship and cooperation that exist between the two Kingdoms.
Kutshab Kinzang Dorji presented his Letter of Credence to H.E. Madam Halimah Yacob, President of the Republic of Singapore on 11th November 2021, accrediting him as the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Kingdom of Bhutan to the Republic of Singapore. The ceremony was held virtually in view of the travel restrictions due to the COVID19 pandemic. The ceremony was followed by a courtesy call during which the President congratulated Kutshab on his appointment and conveyed her best wishes for a successful tenure. The President highlighted that the year 2022 would mark 20 years of our diplomatic relations and expressed satisfaction over the close friendship and cooperation between the two countries that continues to grow. The President commended Bhutan for doing very well in handling the COVID19 pandemic. She noted the high vaccination rate and commended Bhutan’s successful vaccination campaign which ensured that the vaccines reached the remotest of the areas. Kutshab conveyed the warm greetings of His Majesty The King, Her Majesty the Queen and people of Bhutan to the President and through her to the people of Singapore. Kutshab said that he is honored and humbled to present his credentials on the day when people in Bhutan are celebrating the auspicious birth anniversary of His Majesty The Fourth King. Thanking the President for her well wishes on his appointment, Kutshab expressed his firm commitment to deepen and further strengthen the friendly ties between the two countries during his tenure as Bhutan’s Ambassador to Singapore. He expressed his keen desire to expand cooperation and collaboration in education, health, ICT, skilling program as well as strengthen people to people contacts between the two countries. The diplomatic relations between Bhutan and Singapore was established in September 2002.
The Royal Bhutanese Embassy in Thailand joins the nation in celebrating the auspicious occasion of the 66th Birth Anniversary of His Majesty The Fourth King. We offer our humble prayers and best wishes for the good health and long life of His Majesty The Fourth King.
Kutshab Kinzang Dorji presented his Letters of Credence to His Majesty The King Maha Vajiralongkorn Phra Vajiraklaochaoyuhua of the Kingdom of Thailand on 5th November 2021, accrediting him as the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Kingdom of Bhutan to the Kingdom of Thailand. The Presentation of Credentials took place at the Ambara Villa, Royal Dusit Palace. Bhutan and Thailand established diplomatic relations in November 1989. The two countries share close bonds of friendship and cooperation in diverse fields such as human resource development, tourism, education, health and agriculture, and people to people contact.
The Royal Bhutanese Embassy joins the nation in joyfully commemorating the 13th coronation anniversary of His Majesty The King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck. We humbly offer our sincere prayers for the continued good health and long life of His Majesty The Druk Gyalpo. On this solemn occasion, we would also like to rededicate ourselves in service of the Tsa-Wa-Sum and pledge to work with utmost loyalty, integrity and sincerity towards achieving our collective vision of a happier and prosperous Bhutan. Long Live Our King
Ambassador Kinzang Dorji attended the Asia Pacific Regional commemoration of the United Nations day 2021 at UN- ESCAP, Bangkok today. Speaking at the event, Ambassador highlighted the significance of UN day celebration for Bhutan this year as it coincides with the 50th Anniversary of Bhutan’s membership in the UN. Ambassador reflected on Bhutan’s 50 years of journey and the successful partnership with the UN. He expressed deep appreciation to the UN for the support and assistance which has contributed towards Bhutan’s socio-economic development. Speaking on the COVID19 pandemic, the Ambassador called for enhanced commitment towards deepening bilateral, regional and multilateral partnerships to strengthen the collective efforts to end the crisis and emerge stronger and more united from the fallout created by the pandemic. The Ambassador conveyed deepest appreciation to the thousands of men and women working at the UN for their relentless drive and hard work towards maintaining international peace and security, developing friendly relations among the nations, promoting social progress, better living standards and human rights. Ambassador had an introductory meeting with Ms. Armida Alisjahbana, Under Secretary General and Executive Secretary of UN-ESCAP on the sidelines of the event. He expressed his keen desire to actively engage with ESCAP during his tenure. The Executive Secretary congratulated the Ambassador on his assumption of post and briefed him on the ongoing collaborations between Bhutan and ESCAP. ESCAP is the regional development arm of the UN for the Asia-Pacific region with 53 Member States and 9 Associate Members. Bhutan has been a Member State of ESCAP since January 1972.
Bhutan included in the list of ‘Low Risk Countries and Territories’ released by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand on 21st October 2021. Fully vaccinated individuals from ‘Low Risk Countries and Territories’ will be permitted to enter Thailand without quarantine requirement with effect from 1st November 2021. Please refer attached Press Release and Schemes for entering Thailand.