Thursday، 03 December 2015 12:00 AM
Developing political relations with Thailand is easy due to its uniqueness as a large economic and financial fulcrum in the Southeast Asia. Thailand considers Egypt as a pivotal state in the Middle East and Africa and its main entrance to the region.
In 2003, the 1st Joint Commission session was held in at the level of foreign ministers and the 2nd session also held in Cairo in 2006. During the 2nd session the two countries agreed on a work plan that includes all aspects of cooperation in the economic, technical, commercial, educational, power, tourism, aviation, health and medicine and security fields.
In 2003, a mechanism for political consultation was established between the two countries and its last session was held in Bangkok in February 2008.