India’s Singh on Thailand visit

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INDIA-THAILAND-SHINAWATRA-SINGHIndian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh arrived in Thailand on May 30 from Japan to conduct a two-day visit in the Southeast Asian nation where he is scheduled to meet his Thai counterpart, Yingluck Shinawatra.

Singh is accompanied by a high-level delegation that aims to reinforce India’s “Look East” strategy by bridging greater business and diplomatic ties with rising East and Southeast Asia.

Thailand’s Foreign Ministry said the scheduled the bilateral meeting “reflects the desire of the two sides to elevate Thai-Indian relations to a strategic partnership, as announced in January last year.”

During the visit, a raft of MoUs covering space, extradition, IT, education, financial intelligence units to check money laundering are expected to be inked.

The two leaders are expected to discuss the trilateral highway project involving India, Thailand and Myanmar, as well as defense, science and technology, education and culture.

Prime Minister Singh arrives just after wrapping up a three-day visit to Japan, where the two Asian leaders confirmed support for civil nuclear development.

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Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh arrived in Thailand on May 30 from Japan to conduct a two-day visit in the Southeast Asian nation where he is scheduled to meet his Thai counterpart, Yingluck Shinawatra.

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INDIA-THAILAND-SHINAWATRA-SINGHIndian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh arrived in Thailand on May 30 from Japan to conduct a two-day visit in the Southeast Asian nation where he is scheduled to meet his Thai counterpart, Yingluck Shinawatra.

Singh is accompanied by a high-level delegation that aims to reinforce India’s “Look East” strategy by bridging greater business and diplomatic ties with rising East and Southeast Asia.

Thailand’s Foreign Ministry said the scheduled the bilateral meeting “reflects the desire of the two sides to elevate Thai-Indian relations to a strategic partnership, as announced in January last year.”

During the visit, a raft of MoUs covering space, extradition, IT, education, financial intelligence units to check money laundering are expected to be inked.

The two leaders are expected to discuss the trilateral highway project involving India, Thailand and Myanmar, as well as defense, science and technology, education and culture.

Prime Minister Singh arrives just after wrapping up a three-day visit to Japan, where the two Asian leaders confirmed support for civil nuclear development.

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