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  • (May 20, 2015) Chargé W. Patrick Murphy and Embassy team traveled to Ayutthaya to recognize the critical conservation efforts to preserve Wat Chaiwattanaram, one of the most important temples in the Ayutthaya Historic Park.

    (May 20, 2015) Chargé W. Patrick Murphy and Embassy team traveled to Ayutthaya to recognize the critical conservation efforts to preserve Wat Chaiwattanaram, one of the most important temples in the Ayutthaya Historic Park.

  • (May 19, 2015) The U.S. Embassy’s Defense Attaché and JUSMAG-Thai chief, Colonel Desmond Walton, on behalf of the U.S. government, provided $185,000 worth of mine clearing equipment to the Thailand Mine Action Center (TMAC) for use in humanitarian demining.

    (May 19, 2015) The U.S. Embassy’s Defense Attaché and JUSMAG-Thai chief, Colonel Desmond Walton, on behalf of the U.S. government, provided mine clearing equipment to the Thailand Mine Action Center (TMAC) for use in humanitarian demining.

  • (May 15, 2015) A group of YSEALI members who represented Thailand at the Anti-Slavery Workshop in Malaysia last month had a chance to meet with Acting Deputy Chief of Mission and Embassy staff to share their opinions on how Thai youth can help raise awareness of human trafficking issues.

    (May 15, 2015) A group of YSEALI members who represented Thailand at the Anti-Slavery Workshop in Malaysia last month had a chance to meet with Acting Deputy Chief of Mission and Embassy staff to share their opinions.

  • (May 14, 2015) Chargé d’affaires W. Patrick Murphy visited the Thai-U.S. Humanitarian Assistance Disaster Relief (HADR) Combined Coordination Center for Nepal at the Royal Thai Navy Airfield Utapao, where Thai and U.S. forces are currently working side-by-side coordinating support of earthquake relief efforts.

    (May 14, 2015) Chargé d’affaires W. Patrick Murphy visited the Thai-U.S. Humanitarian Assistance Disaster Relief (HADR) Combined Coordination Center for Nepal at the Royal Thai Navy Airfield Utapao.

  • (May 14, 2015) The U.S. Embassy Bangkok welcomed a group of 38 8th-grade Hmong Community School students from St. Paul, Minnesota. Norm Pflanz, a Political officer at the Embassy, explained the history and scope of the long-standing U.S.-Thai relationship. Consular Officer Maureen McNicholl described a diplomatic career and shared her experiences with the students.

    (May 14, 2015) The U.S. Embassy Bangkok welcomed a group of 38 8th-grade Hmong Community School students from St. Paul, Minnesota.

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