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.

Angelica_960x720
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 of assistance.

A statement from the Tonga High Commissioner’s office in Canberra said: “During the royal tour, the Princess fed cows, attended at a fish pond and explored various experiments, factories and productions with best practices that would be ideal at the village-level in Tonga. The Princess believes that one practical solution for Tonga is sustainable self-sufficiency; the realities of which she had witnessed at the royal project”.

Angelica 2
Princess Angelika at a fish pond while visiting His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s Chitralada Royal Project. Photo/Supplied

“The Princess had hoped for technical cooperation in areas of disaster management and disaster mitigation in light of the natural disasters which continue to impact Tonga such as cyclone Ian of 2014 and the threats posed by sea-level rising”.

Princess Angelika is also Tonga’s High Commissioner to Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea and Singapore. She is also ambassador to Indonesia, the United Arab Emirates and the Philippines.

High Commissioner is the term used to describe ambassadors accredited to other Commonwealth countries.

1 COMMENT

  1. Naʻe fakamoʻoni ʻa Pilinisesi Angelika Lātūfuipeka Tukuʻaho ki ha ngaahi faingmālie lahi maʻa Tonga lolotonga ʻene ʻahia e polōseki fakatuʻi ko ia ʻoku ʻiloa ko e Chitralada Royal Project he māhina kuo ʻosí.

    Ne ʻaʻahi ʻa e Pilinisesí ki he puleʻanga fakatuʻí ko e konga pe ia hono fatongia fakatipilomētika ko e ʻAmipasitoa ki he Puleʻanga Fakatuʻi ʻo Tailení.

    Ne feʻiloaki ai ʻa e Pilinisesí mo e kau mēmipa tefito e fakatahaʻanga ʻa e kau pisinisi ʻa Tailení ʻa ia ne fakamatalaʻi ange ai ʻa e ngaahi meʻa lalahi ʻe ala ʻinasi fakakomēsiale ai ʻa Tonga mei he ngaahi māketi ʻa Tailení.

    Naʻe meʻa fakataha atu pe ʻa Pilinisesi Angelika mo hono tokoua-i he- fonó ʻa Pilinisesi Kalauni Sinaitakala Tukuʻaho ʻo na matā tonu e polōseki ko ʻeni ʻa ʻEne ʻAfió Kingi Bhumibol Adulyadej ʻa ia ʻoku ʻiloa ko e Chiltralada Royal Project.

    Naʻe faʻu ʻe Kingi Bhumibol Adulyadej ʻa e polōseki ko ʻeni ke poua ʻene foʻi fakakaukau fakaʻekonōmika ne tuʻunga ʻi he fakakaukau ko e Filōsofia ʻo e ʻEkonōmika ʻo e Feʻungá. Naʻe taumuʻa ia ke akoʻi mo fakalotolahia ʻa e kakai ʻo Tailení ke nau lava pe ʻo potongi e koloa fakanatula ʻoku nau ala maʻú mo poupouʻi foki ʻa e tōʻonga moʻui ʻo e fakafalala pe ʻiate kitá.

    Ne faʻu he polōseki ko ʻení ʻa e ngaahi ʻekitivitī kehekehe kau ai ʻa e faama monumanu, toutai mo e ngaahi ʻekitivitī ki he ngoué. Naʻe ngāue ʻaki ʻa e ngaahi fakahinohino ki he polōseki ko ʻení ke tokoniʻi hono toe langa foʻou ko ia ʻo ʻAfikānisitaní.

    Kuo fakatokangaʻi ʻe he Puleʻanga Fakatahatahá ʻa e polōsekí ni pea kuó ne talaki ʻoku feʻunga ia ke fakaʻaongaʻi ki hono langa fakalakalakakaʻi e ngaahi fonua ʻoku nau fuʻu fie maʻu tokoní.

    Ne pehē ʻi ha fakamatala mei he ʻOfisi ʻo e Haikomisiona Tonga ʻi Kenipelá naʻe lolotonga e ʻaʻahi fakatuʻi ko ʻeni naʻe fafanga ai ʻe he Pilinisesí ha fanga pulu, pea ne aʻu tonu ki ha ano ʻoku ʻi ai ha fanga ika pehē foki ki heʻene vakai ki he ngaahi faama ʻahiʻahi, ngaahi ngāueʻanga mo e ngaahi faʻuʻanga koloa ne ne meʻa ʻo pehē ʻe fuʻu lelei ʻaupito ki he tuʻunga ʻoku ʻi ai e ngaahi kolo ʻi Tongá.

    Naʻe tui ʻe Taʻahiné ko e ʻekonōmika ʻo e fakafalala ʻiate kita peé ʻa e vete ki he ngaahi faingataʻa ʻia fakaʻekonomika ʻoku tofanga ai ʻa e kakai Tongá ʻo hangē pe ko ia kuó ne fakamoʻoni ki ai ʻi he polōseki fakatuʻi ko ʻeni ʻi Tailení.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here