Monday, April 8, 2013


Picture 1: Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra accompanied by PNG Sports and Special Events Minister Justin Tkatchenko (right), Speaker of the House of Parliament Theo Zurenuoc and followed behind by Chief Protocal Officer Jimmy Ovia as they make their way into the Parliament House. The traditional dancers are the Huli wig men from the Tari area of Hela province. - Picture by EKAR KEAPU, The National      

YINGLUCK SHINAWATRA, the Thai Prime Minister, made a two-day visit to PNG recently. 

Picture 2: Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra inspecting a guard of honour by the PNG Defence Force upon arrival at the Jackson International Airport, Port Moresby, on March 24. - Picture by EKAR KEAPU, The National     

She and her delegation flew in on March 24 and flew out on March 25.

She met with the PNG Prime Minister Peter O’Neill and discussed possible deals that the two countries could take up in the future.

Thailand has expressed its interest to help with the construction work that is going on in the country to prepare for the billion-dollar PNG Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) project that is attracting a lot of people from around the world.

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