Business Program of Days of Moscow Comes to End in Bangkok
ACIG Group of Companies participated in the Days of Moscow in Bangkok on November 26-29th to promote cooperation in culture and sport, as well as develop closer trade and economic relations between the two countries. The working group chaired by Victor Tolmachev, the Chairman of the Supervisory Board at ACIG Group of Companies, joined the international session.
The official delegation headed by Sergey Cheryomin, Moscow Government Minister and Head of the Department for Foreign Economic Activity and International Relations, visited the capital of Thailand. It was joined by representatives of Moscow Government principal departments, Moscow major businesses, scientific and creative communities of Russia. In his address to the participants of the international meeting, Victor Tolmachev emphasized the importance of bilateral interaction on youth policy and comprehensive information cooperation. Mikhail Prokudin, Head of the Division for International Relations at ACIG Group of Companies, highlighted the need for further development of partnership with the Moscow Government and the Moscow Chamber of Commerce and Industry, which ACIG Group of Companies entered in December 2015.
Russian and Thai officials successfully held the business forum on economic cooperation. It resulted in the decision to make "Moscow nook area" in the Bangkok’s largest park Lumpini. The 120th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Russia and Thailand established during the visit of King Chulalongkorn (Rama V) to St. Petersburg in 1897 will be celebrated this year. The events will last up to 2018.
Recall that the cooperation program for 2015-2017 on a wide range of matters – from urban development to cultural and social aspects of the two countries – was signed between Moscow and Bangkok during Sergey Cheryomin’s visit to Thailand in 2015. It is expected that the Days of Bangkok will take place in Moscow in 2017 in the context of the 120th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Thailand and Russia.