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Prime Minister Optimistic About Opportunities Created by Thai-Saudi Relations


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BANGKOK (NNT) - The Prime Minister is optimistic about the tourist and service opportunities created by Thailand’s re-established diplomatic relations with Saudi Arabia.

 

A spokesperson for the Prime Minister’s Office Thanakorn Wangboonkongchana stated that Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha has instructed related departments to immediately explore labor opportunities after his official visit to Saudi Arabia on January 25-26, 2022.

 

His Royal Highness Prince Mohammad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Crown Prince, Deputy Prime Minister, and Minister of Defense of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has emphasized the importance of fostering people-to-people relations and cooperation in the tourism industry. The Prime Minister stated that this is a good opportunity for both sides to exchange labor skills and allow Thai workers to be employed in tourism and service because Thai laborers are in high demand due to their capabilities and skills, and Saudi Arabia is currently prioritizing the development of its tourism industry to expand its economy.

 

Saudi Arabia has recently launched mega projects and tourism development initiatives such as the Neom Project, which intends to transform an area in the country’s northwestern region into an international hub for world-leading technology and enterprises, creating more than 380,000 jobs. Another initiative highlighted is the Red Sea Project, which is a tourism development project in Tabuk province near the Red Sea, with the first phase set to begin at the end of this year and generate more than 70,000 jobs. The Prime Minister considers these projects as prospects for Thai business owners and workers in the future.

 

Meanwhile, Saudi Arabian Airlines has announced direct flights from Saudi Arabia to Thailand, with flights scheduled to commence in May 2022, boosting the tourism sector in both nations and aligning with the Thai government’s policy to reopen the country.

 

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Guess they're tired of the Filipinas enough so that the BD fiasco can be put behind them.

 

 

The world is chock full of hungry, broke ass people willing to work for next to nothing. Why back to Thailand? Perfect clear... service staff.

 

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Papasan is happy!! If 'Quality tourists' cant come to Thailand to enjoy the rich cultural heritage called 'Go Go' , Papasan will bring 'Go Go' to them. Just pay the exit fine in Durham/Dinar and you are ready to enjoy Burqa clad fun!

All looks same..... LBs sold separately!

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I imagine he had to bring something back. Besides the blue, there is a green diamond piece now worth serious money. Thirty years down the road, the Saudis have sourced foreign workers. Thais will get more jobs but not in the numbers before. Is this all to attract Saudi tourists? 

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14 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

Thai workers to be employed in tourism and service because Thai laborers are in high demand due to their capabilities and skills, and Saudi Arabia is currently prioritizing the development of its tourism industry to expand its economy.

Yeah, and we all know what those skills are.

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15 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

Thai workers to be employed in tourism and service because Thai laborers are in high demand due to their capabilities and skills

Wat Pho scam coming to Saudi:

"I am sorry Sir, but the Mosque you want to visit is closed today. I can get you a good deal on a camel ride to a much better mosque and show you some more attractions on the way..."

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16 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

Thai workers to be employed in tourism and service because Thai laborers are in high demand due to their capabilities and skills

Rub-a-dub-dub-three-in-a-tub.😉

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Thai labourers wanted to have their passports stolen by MBS and to work as slaves building the murderous MBS's pleasure dome.

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I hope they fully inform Thai's about restrictions, tried to a 2 year contract, having to ask permission to leave for vacations. Not having bank accounts, and no social life. Perhaps even having to live like the indian workers now in rooms with many others plus the lack of Thai food and no pork or alcohol. I hope they certainly make sure of the options that will not be available, as Thai's are social people and for females it has already ingrained as to their use amongst the KSA men folk! 

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19 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

which intends to transform an area in the country’s northwestern region into an international hub for world-leading technology and enterprises,

They know Prayut is an expert in creating hubs.

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