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Former Swiss President Joseph Deiss to attend Royal Cremation of late Thai King

20.10.2017 — Media release Thailand

Bangkok, 20 October 2017 - Former Swiss President Joseph Deiss will travel to Bangkok on 26 October 2017 to represent the Swiss government on the occasion of the cremation ceremony of His Majesty the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej, recognizing King Rama IX role as a monarch and leader, and underscoring the close relations between Thailand and Switzerland.


Swiss Investor Forum

16.02.2017 — Local news Thailand

 

Following the Thai Board of Investment’s business conference “Opportunity Thailand, Innovation-Driven Economy”, a Swiss Business Forum was held at the Embassy of Switzerland in Bangkok on 16 February 2017.

 



Switzerland to take part in the memorial ceremony for the victims of the 2004 tsunami

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19.12.2014 — Media release EDA
Ten years after the devastating tsunami in the Indian Ocean that killed more than 225,000 people, rendered millions homeless and caused massive destruction in 13 countries, various events will take place to remember the disaster of 26 December 2004. Switzerland will take part in memorial ceremonies in Thailand, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and India. The 2004 tsunami claimed the lives of 113 Swiss nationals. Switzerland supported the emergency aid and reconstruction efforts within the framework of the Swiss Confederation's Humanitarian Aid.


New Swiss ambassadors

17.12.2014 — Media release EDA
A number of staff changes have been announced for several Swiss representations abroad and at the head office of the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs. The changes will take place in 2015 as part of the usual transfer rotation and on the basis of appointments made by the Federal Council. The appointment of heads of missions abroad becomes effective following approval by the respective host state. The Federal Council thanks those ambassadors entering retirement for their services.


New ambassadors of Switzerland (last modification, the 02.10.2014)

02.10.2014 — Media release EDA
A number of staff changes have been announced for several Swiss representations abroad and at the head office of the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs. The changes will take place in 2015 as part of the usual transfer rotation and on the basis of appointments made by the Federal Council. The appointment of heads of mission becomes effective following approval by the respective host state. The Federal Council thanks those ambassadors entering retirement for their services.


New ambassadors of Switzerland

19.09.2014 — Media release EDA
A number of staff changes have been announced for several Swiss representations abroad and at the head office of the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs. The changes will take place in 2015 as part of the usual transfer rotation and on the basis of appointments made by the Federal Council. The appointment of heads of mission becomes effective following approval by the respective host state. The Federal Council thanks those ambassadors entering retirement for their services.


Switzerland is deeply concerned by the military coup in Thailand

23.05.2014 — Media release EDA
Switzerland is deeply concerned by the military coup, the deposition of the democratic government and the suspension of the constitution in Thailand. Switzerland calls for a peaceful and inclusive dialogue to resolve the differences.

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