Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Parnpree Bahiddha-Nukara, presented Thailand’s candidacy to the UN Human Rights Council (HRC) for the period 2025-2027 during a recent reception attended by ministers, ambassadors and representatives of high level of more than 100 UN Member States.
In his speech, Parnpree reaffirmed Thailand’s commitment to promoting human rights and democracy. He stressed the importance of harnessing the influence of the HRC to address new global challenges in a constantly evolving world. The minister also stated that Thailand is prepared to face these challenges for the benefit of future generations.
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Thailand’s track record as a bridge builder and constructive partner in international affairs was a focus of the announcement.
The minister also stated that Thailand is prepared to face these challenges for the benefit of future generations.
The deputy prime minister expressed the country’s determination to foster synergies and promote solidarity within the Council. Thailand is also willing to collaborate with countries and partners around the world to work for the common good.
As Thailand’s candidacy for the UN Human Rights Council for the period 2025-2027 gains momentum, the international community looks forward to its potential role as a bridge builder for the common good and a catalyst for positive change in the field of human rights and global democracy.