At the BRICS summit in Nizhny Novgorod, Thailand's Foreign Minister handed Sergey Lavrov a letter expressing the country's intention to become a full-fledged member of the organization. This significant event underscores Thailand's ambition to strengthen international cooperation and economic ties with BRICS members.


The Thai government has officially announced its intention to join BRICS. This move aims to strengthen international cooperation and economic ties with rapidly developing economies.


The process of selecting Thailand's new prime minister faces new obstacles


Thousands of people protested in Bangkok on Sunday. Participants called for the approval of the prime minister from the party that won the election.


Finance Minister Arkom Termpitthayapaisit said on Monday that the formation of a new coalition government will take some time.


The Thai elections last week were the subject of lively discussions in Laos, both online and in real life. 


On Friday, the City Hall hosted a ceremony to appoint 33 new ambassadors for public relations.


Many voters are happy with the results of the May 14 nationwide election and, according to a recent poll, they would make the same choice if they had a second chance.


A re-election at Polling Station No. 10 in Nakhon Pathom Provincial Constituency No. 1 will take place on Sunday, May 21, after voting on May 14 was interrupted due to bad weather.


The Central Electoral Commission on Wednesday thanked everyone from voters to the National Cyber Security Agency for their support in ensuring a successful election.


Senator Upakit Pachariyangkunov has been charged with conspiracy in money laundering and drug trafficking.


The Thai Sang Thai party makes ambitious promises, offering a promising future to the new generation of Thailand.