On December 13, 2023, the Canadian Embassy delegation, led by Ms. Cathy Hardman, Head of Political Section and CFLI Program Manager, and Mr. Ne Lynn Saing, Political/Economic Program Officer, engaged in a productive visit to Suranaree University of Technology (SUT) for a comprehensive update on the “Klong Plakang Thailand-Canada Friendship Trail” Corabollation project.
The meeting, held at SEDA, provided a conducive environment for discussions. Subsequently, the delegation, accompanied by key SUT participants, visited the trail itself. They not only observed the latest updates on the existing trail application but also explored the trail to better understand its impact.
The SUT attendees included:
- Dr. Mullika Sungsanit, Vice-Rector for Engagement, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship
- Asst. Prof. Dr. Wipawee Usaha, the Director, Center for International Affairs
- Asst. Prof. Dr. Tapany Patcharawit, the Deputy Director, Center for International Affairs
- Dr. Mantana Jamklang, Lecte
- Dr. Sirilak Chumkiew,
- Miss Sarathip Rodmek, Center for International Affairs staff
- Miss Pongthida Noeysungnoen, SEDA staff
Underscoring the lasting partnership between SUT and the Canadian Embassy, this collaborative visit ensures the ongoing success of the trail application while strengthening ties between the two entities.
SUT extends gratitude to the Canadian Embassy delegation for their steadfast support and active engagement in this collaborative initiative.