Minister Don meets US officers over vaccine donation to Thailand

In Become an insider , Minister of Foreign Affairs Don Pramudwinai met with US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and US Senator Tammy Duckworth to debate the 1 million Pfizer vaccines the US donated that Thailand has but to gather. Last week both sides argued that they have been waiting on the other’s bureaucratic red tape to finish the donation, with Minister of Public Health Anutin Charnvirakul saying they hadn’t acquired paperwork through proper channels and Duckworth saying she told Thai officers to file paperwork a month ago.
Greatest donated 2.5 million Pfizer vaccines, with 1.5 having been delivered 2 months in the past and the remaining 1 million seemingly stalled in administrative paperwork. The Thai government and the US Embassy in Thailand denied claims of the hold-up on the Thai facet.
Don thanked Senator Duckworth, who was herself born in Thailand and has been a steady robust advocate for her house nation in US politics, for her continued push to get the Pfizer vaccines for Thailand. The Thai Minister additionally thanked Secretary of State Blinken for all of the help and assist the US has provided throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.
The officers agreed to meet next week to resolve the holdups and get the process again on track.
During the assembly, the officers discussed a few different issues of relevance to each Thailand and the US. They spoke of a possible economic revival partnership because the world recovers from Covid-19, as nicely the 26th UN Climate Change Conference coming up in Glasgow in November.
Other matters discussed included international applications like the Free Trade Area of the Asia Pacific and the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership..

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