The Embassy closed Friday 28 July
The Embassy will be closed on Friday 28 July due to His Majesty King Vajiralongkorn's Birthday.
World Population Day 2017
Yesterday was World Population Day. The Ambassador attended UNFPA’s (United Nations Population Fund) celebrations with the theme “Family Planning: Empowering People, Developing Nations”.
Foreign Minister returns stolen cultural artefact to Myanmar
The illicit trade in cultural artefacts is a global problem and helps to finance international crime. ‘It is a pleasure for Norway to return a sculpture to the authorities in Myanmar.
Nordic 4.0 – Green and Innovative
On Tuesday 27 June, the four Nordic embassies in Bangkok and their experts contributed to a seminar in the Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Successful Norway-Thailand LNG Partnership Seminar
On Monday 26 June, the Embassy together with the Ministry of Energy and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Thailand hosted a seminar to present opportunities for further collaboration between Norway and Thailand in the liquefied natural gas (LNG) sec
The Ambassador presents certificate to Bumrungrad International Hospital
On Friday 23 June, Ambassador Paulsen attended a certificate presentation ceremony at Bumgrungrad hospital in Bangkok.
Snøhetta visits Bangkok
On 20 June, Dr. Ole Gustavsen, rector at the Norwegian College of Architecture, gave a lecture at the Bangkok Arts and Cultural Center about the famous Norwegian architecture company "Snøhetta".
Team Norway visits Norwegian companies in Laem Chabang
On Wednesday 14 June, the Embassy together with the Thai-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce, visited the Norwegian companies Aibel and Jotun, both based in Laem Chabang.
Norway's Honorary Consuls in Asia Visit Oslo
Norway's outstanding honorary consuls in Asia visited Oslo and Northern Norway last week. The programme included an audience with King Harald and Queen Sonja.
NOK 10 Million to Fight Against Illegal Fishing in Developing Countries
‘Illegal fishing is contributing to overexploitation of marine resources. Norway has some of the best managed fish stocks in the world. This is because we have good routines for controlling catches.
The Embassy attended this year’s ThaiFex fair in Bangkok this week, in addition to a seafood dinner hosted by the Norwegian Seafood Council.