Princess Angelika wants Thai’s technical and commercial supports

PHOTO: Princess Angelika and Crown Princess Sinaitakala Tukuʻaho escorted by Thai’s security guards. Photo/Supplied

Princess Angelika Lātūfuipeka Tuku’aho witnessed great opportunities for Tonga while she visited Thailand’s Chitralada Royal Project Last month.

The Princess visited the kingdom as part of her role as the concurrent Ambassador-Designate to the Kingdom of Thailand.

The Princess met with key members of the Thai Chamber of Commerce in which she was briefed on benefits Tonga would commercially obtain from Thai markets.

Princess Angelica, accompanied by his sister-in-law Crown Princess Sinaitakala Tukuʻaho, visited His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s Chitralada Royal Project.

King Bhumibol Adulyadej initiated the project to support his economic idea based on – Philosophy of Sufficiency Economy. It aimed at educating and encouraging people of Thailand to be able to manage limited natural resources available to them locally and advocate self-reliant attitudes among his people.

Princess Angelica Tuku’aho feeding cows while visiting Chitralada Royal Project last month. Photo/Supplied

The project created various activities that ranges from livestock farming,  fishing to agricultural activities. It has been used as guidelines in providing assistance in the reconstruction of Afghanistan. The United Nations recognised the project and announced it was suitable to be used in development of countries in dire need