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During his inaugural visit to the Indo-Pacific region, Britain’s foreign secretary engaged in talks with Thailand’s prime minister on Wednesday. The discussion between David Cameron and Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin focused on enhancing cooperation in various areas, including defense, the economy, and trade. Britain values its annual trading relationship with Thailand at $7.6 billion.

Following his meeting with the Thai prime minister, Cameron traveled to Australia for an annual bilateral meeting on defense and foreign affairs. While in Thailand, he visited a Thai air force base to inspect jet fighters that use British components. Additionally, he paid a visit to a university to showcase British support for research into disease prevention and clean energy systems development.

Cameron praised Thailand as an “influential player” in the region during his time there. The Thai government acknowledged that Britain was the first European country to establish a strategic partnership with Thailand, covering various sectors such as science, security, and education.

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