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Ambassador Marut Jitpatima accompanied by Mr. Panutat Yodkaew, Second Secretary, paid a call on H.E. Mr. Salman Bashir, Foreign Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan and presented him a cheque amounting to US$ 30,000
May 20, 2011
On 19 May 2011, Mr. Pisanu Chanvitan, Deputy Permanent Secretary, received a donation of 100,554.65 Baht from Mrs. Uraiwan Maneechote, Senior Executive Vice President of the Islamic Bank of Thailand, to assist Pakistanis who had been suffering from devastating floods since August 2010. The said donation will be added to previous donations made to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ account, and will be given to the relevant Pakistani agencies via the Royal Thai Embassy in Islamabad.
BANGKOK, 31 August 2010 (NNT) - The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has donated an initial grant of 2.5 million THB to aid the flood victims in Pakistan while the government has opened a bank account to accept donations from the general public.
Secretary to the Foreign Minister Chavanond Intarakomalyasut said the ministry had called a meeting with relevant agencies and the private sector, asking for more contributions to relieve the flood-stricken Pakistanis.
In addition to the 2.5 million THB cash donation, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will ask for a cabinet permission next week to …
BANGKOK, 4 August 2010 (NNT) - The Government is giving preliminary aid to Pakistani victims affected by the monsoon with a cash amount of 75 thousand USD through the Royal Thai Embassy to Pakistan.
Following a flash flood and landslide from heavy rain in the Northwest state Khyber-Pakhtoonkhwa of Pakistan on 1 August, the death toll currently topped 1,100 with more than one million people affected by the disaster.
Sevaral countries and international organizations have announced aids to Pakistani government in cash and kinds as preliminary assistance including rehabilitating refugees …