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LLEGARON A TAILANDIA DIEZ TONELADAS DE PALTA HASS PERUANA POR VIA MARITIMA

30 August 2019

El día de hoy llegó a Bangkok el segundo contenedor con diez toneladas de palta Hass peruana despachada por vía marítima. El embajador del Perú recibió junto al CEO de la empresa importadora dicho importante cargamento consistente en 1,600 cajas provenientes, en este caso, del valle de Virú, La Libertad, en el norte del Perú. La empresa importadora, Citi Fresh Fruit Co. Ltd., es una de las dos más grandes de Tailandia. El contenedor arribó el día de ayer al Puerto de Laem Chabang.



La primera temporada de exportación de palta Hass peruana al mercado tailandés se ha revelado como un gran éxito de ventas por la marcada aceptación de esta fruta por parte de los grandes importadores, supermercados y consumidores tailandeses.


Cerca de 60 toneladas de esta fruta selecta, debidamente certificada y empacada, procedente de los valles de Ica, Lima y La Libertad, fueron despachados a Tailandia desde fines del mes de junio hasta julio de este año. Los primeros embarques, de hasta 3,226 Kgs. cada uno, arribaron a Bangkok por vía aérea, inmediatamente después que el Ministerio de Agricultura de Tailandia aprobara el protocolo fitosanitario para importar la fruta peruana y concluyera con éxito la auditoría a las empacadoras y exportadoras peruanas. Este proceso tomó casi ocho años de negociaciones y un persistente trabajo coordinado entre la Embajada del Perú en Tailandia, la Cancillería, las empresas productoras y el SENASA.


El Sr. Sithisak Chatamornwong, CEO de Citi Fresh, expresó que la palta Hass peruana importada en esta temporada fue colocada rápidamente, a través de canales de distribución dirigidos a consumidores que exigen alta calidad y que su empresa recurrió a una notoria “influencer” de productos saludables para promover el mayor consumo de este producto en Tailandia. Indicó también que cuando su país aprobó el permiso fitosanitario para la palta Hass peruana ya se había iniciado la temporada de cosecha en el Perú y los exportadores tenían su producto comprometido para otros mercados pero, en vista de la calidad, frescura, buena duración y aceptación de la fruta peruana, buscará asegurarse de una mayor provisión de este producto para el 2020.


Bangkok, 30 de agosto de 2019


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EMBAJADA DEL PERÚ EN TAILANDIA PARTICIPÓ EN LANZAMIENTO DE APLICACIÓN PARA CELULARES “DISCOVER LATIN AMERICA”

3 September 2019

La Embajada del Perú en Tailandia participó en el lanzamiento de una aplicación para celulares “Descubra América Latina”, iniciativa de la Cancillería tailandesa. Este aplicativo, en idioma tailandés, tiene como finalidad contribuir al conocimiento y promoción de la región latinoamericana.


En la ceremonia de lanzamiento, realizada en el concurrido centro comercial Siam Center de Bangkok, participaron las embajadas latinoamericanas acreditadas en Tailandia (Argentina, Brasil, Colombia, Chile, Cuba, México, Panamá y Perú), funcionarios de la Cancillería local y una gran cantidad de público tailandés interesado en Latinoamérica. El evento contó, además, con la participación de blogueros especializados en viajes, cantantes, presentadores de televisión, entre otras personalidades tailandesas.


Las palabras centrales estuvieron a cargo del Director General para Asuntos de las Américas y el Pacífico Sur de la Cancillería local, señor Pirawat Atsavapranee, y como parte del evento, las embajadas contaron con un espacio destinado a la promoción de sus países con material de promoción turística, comercial y de inversiones, además de la exhibición de trajes típicos.

La aplicación “Discover Latin America” contiene información básica de todos los países de la región latinoamericana, atractivos turísticos, principales festividades nacionales, así como estadísticas económicas y comerciales de interés para el público tailandés.


Bangkok, 3 de setiembre de 2019


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“APU INKA” MUSIC AND DANCE GROUP CARRIED OUT THREE PRESENTATIONS IN BANGKOK

9 August 2019

In the framework of the tour that the Peruvian music and dance group “Apu Inka” undertook in Asia, three presentations took place in Bangkok. The first one, on Tuesday 6 August, in the prestigious Roof Top Bar-Restaurant “Above Eleven” where Peruvian food and Pisco are served. The audience could enjoy a varied repertoire of traditional songs of the Peruvian folklore, in an environment dedicated to Peru.

 

The second presentation took place on Wednesday 7 at the Alliance Française Bangkok, celebrating the 198th Anniversary of the Independence of Peru.

 

Finally, on Thursday 8, the Peruvian musicians and dancers performed at the recently opened “Icon Siam” shopping center, on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, bringing together a select local and foreign public. On this occasion, attendees were delighted with the music performed by the group, which was complemented by the dances executed by two dance experts.

 

Bangkok, August 9, 2019


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CELEBRATION OF PERU´S NATIONAL DAY IN THAILAND WITH A PERUVIAN MUSIC CONCERT

7 August 2019

On August 7, the Embassy of Peru in Thailand held a reception followed by a musical concert to commemorate the 198th Anniversary of Peru's Independence. Around 260 people attended this important event, including members of the Diplomatic Corps accredited in Thailand, representatives of the Thai Government, businessmen, academics, media, friends of Peru and the Peruvian community residing in Thailand, who were delighted by delicacies of the Peruvian gastronomy, tasted "Pisco Sour" and enjoyed music and dances from Peru.

 

After the reception, held in the halls of the Alliance Française Bangkok, the guests went to the auditorium to appreciate the concert and dances of “Apu Inka”. This activity is part of a tour of this artistic group, which was organized by the Peruvian Foreign Ministry and some Embassies and Consulates in Asia, to disseminate Peruvian culture and foster intercultural dialogue with this part of the world.

 

The presentation of "Apu Inka" allowed attendees to enjoy a most varied Peruvian musical repertoire, through the performance of representative pieces of the national folklore. Two dancers complemented the cast, captivating the audience with their graceful and colorful performance of dances from the coast, highlands and rain forest, while photographs that showed the landscapes and customs of Peru were being projected in the background.

 

The Peruvian musicians also performed two traditional Thai and one Peruvian compositions, accompanied by musicians from the Mahidol University, who interpreted them with Thai folk instruments, achieving a perfect harmony and thus symbolizing the encounter between the cultures of both countries and materializing the objective of promoting "person to person" contacts.

 

Attendees commended the cultural presentation, as well as the tasting of fish ceviche, mango ceviche, “causa”, creamy chicken and chili , quinoa salad, mussels salad, empanadas and potatos “huancaína” style prepared by the reknowned Peruvian chef Omar Frank, under the auspices of “Above Eleven” bar-restaurant, who used Peruvian Hass avocados that can already be bought in Thai supermarkets.

 

The program of the music group “Apu Inka” includes two additional presentations in Bangkok before continuing to India, the last stage of its Asian tour.

 

 

 

Bangkok, August 7, 2019


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PERU SIGNED INSTRUMENT OF ACCESSION TO THE FRIENDSHIP AND COOPERATION TREATY IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

31 July 2019

The Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Peru, Ambassador Jaime Pomareda, signed on 31st July 2019 the Instrument of Accession of Peru to the Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation in Southeast Asia (TAC), in a ceremony held within the framework of the 52nd Meeting of Ministers of Foreign Affairs of ASEAN, in Bangkok, Thailand.

 

The subscription ceremony was chaired by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Thailand, country that holds the presidency of ASEAN during 2019. The Foreign Ministers of the other Member States of this Southeast Asian integration mechanism also participated: Brunei, Cambodia, the Philippines, Indonesia, Lao, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore and Vietnam, who last January had already unanimously approved Peru's accession to the TAC. Likewise, other ministers and representatives of the ASEAN dialogue partners, as well as invited guests and the Secretary General of ASEAN, witnessed this act.

 

After signing the Instrument of Accession, which makes Peru the 38th contracting party to the Treaty, the Peruvian Deputy Minister sent a message highlighting that one of Peru's foreign policy objectives is to strengthen ties with Asia in general, in which context Peru acceded to APEC, and with Southeast Asia in particular, through the signing of this treaty, amongst other actions.

 

Accession to the TAC, a fundamental instrument for the relations between ASEAN members and their external partners, is a very important step that Peru has taken since it will facilitate cooperation with ASEAN to boost economic and commercial relations, investment and cooperation in science and technology, including environmental protection, natural disaster management and the fight against climate change, in addition to promoting tourism connectivity and academic and student exchange.

 

Bangkok, July 31, 2019


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