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List of Ambassadors of Thailand to China
Ambassador of Thailand to China
Incumbent
Piriya Khempon

since June 7, 2017
Inaugural holderPhya Abhibal Rajamaitri
FormationJuly 8, 1948

The Thai Ambassador in Beijing is the official representative of the Government in Bangkok to the Government of China.

List of representatives

diplomatic agreement/designated/Diplomatic accreditation ambassador Thai language Chinese language Observations List of Prime Ministers of Thailand Premier of the People's Republic of China Term end
January 1, 1946 Sanguan Tularak The governments in Taipei and Bangkok established diplomatic relations. Kuang Abhayawongse Chiang Kai-shek
September 6, 1949 The first Chinese Ambassador to Thailand arrived at Bangkok on 6 September 1946. Sanguan Tularak Phibul Songkhram Zhou Enlai
July 8, 1948 Phya Abhibal Rajamaitri (1885-) 1935 ambassador to Washington, D.C.[1] Phibul Songkhram Zhou Enlai
May 15, 1958 Sundhorn Sundhornnavin Mutual efforts to promote friendly relations between China and Thailand culminated in the appointment of Admiral Sundhorn Sundhornnavin as the Royal Thai ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary to the Republic of China.[2] Thanom Kittikachorn Zhou Enlai
December 21, 1963 Swai Srihadung Swai Sribhadung[3] Thanom Kittikachorn Zhou Enlai
1965 Chapikorn Sreshthaputra Mr. Chapikorn Sreshthaputra as the new Thai Ambassador to the Republic of China to succeed Vice Admiral Swai Sribhadung. New Thai Ambassador-Designate to the Federation of Nigeria It was announced on November 17, 1965, that the[4] Thanom Kittikachorn Zhou Enlai
May 12, 1971 Sanong Nisalak [5] Thanom Kittikachorn Zhou Enlai November 1, 1973
July 1, 1975 The governments in Beijing and Bangkok established diplomatic relations. Seni Pramoj Zhou Enlai
1975 Kasem S. Kasemsri [de] th oo Seni Pramoj Zhou Enlai 1989
1979 Sakol Vanabriksha ? o 1968 he was ambassador to Washington, D.C. in 1979 he was ambassador to Canada, 1987 - 1993 he was ambassador in Berlin. Kriangsak Chomanan Hua Guofeng 1980
1980 Kosol Sindhvananda ? ? o? Prem Tinsulanonda Zhao Ziyang 1982
1982 Orachun Tanaphong o Prem Tinsulanonda Zhao Ziyang 1986
1986 Tej Bunnag [de] th: ?o Prem Tinsulanonda Zhao Ziyang 1990
December 4, 1990 Montri Jalichandra ? o (concurrently) Montri Jalichandra[6] Chatichai Choonhavan Li Peng 1993
February 25, 1994 Sawanit Kongsiri o [7] Suchinda Kraprayoon Li Peng 1998
March 18, 1997 Nikhom Tantemsapya ? ? o [8] Chuan Leekpai Li Peng 2001
February 16, 2001 Don Pramudwinai ?o? [9] Thaksin Shinawatra Zhu Rongji 2004
2004 Chulaphong Nonsrichai ? o Chulaphong Nonsrichai, vice-minister for the Foreign Ministry Thaksin Shinawatra Wen Jiabao 2007
2007 Rathakit Manathat th [10] Surayud Chulanont Wen Jiabao 2010
July 30, 2010 Piamsak Milintachinda [11] Samak Sundaravej Wen Jiabao
January 16, 2012 Wiboon Khusakul [12] Yingluck Shinawatra Wen Jiabao
April 14, 2015 Theerakun Niyom [13] Prayut Chan-o-cha Li Keqiang
June 7, 2017 Piriya Khempon [14] Prayut Chan-o-cha Li Keqiang

Coordinates: 39°54?46?N 116°26?19?E / 39.912893°N 116.438511°E / 39.912893; 116.438511 [15]

References

  1. ^ [1][2]
  2. ^ [3] Sundhorn Sundhornnavin]
  3. ^ Swai Srihadung
  4. ^ Chapikorn Sreshthaputra
  5. ^ [4][Outgoing Thai ambassador Sanong Nisalak leaves for Bangkok after Sanong Nisalak]
  6. ^ Montri Jalichandra
  7. ^ Sawanit Kongsiri
  8. ^ Nikhom Tantemsapya[5]
  9. ^ Don Pramudwinai
  10. ^ :en:Rathakit Manathat
  11. ^ [6]Piamsak Milintachinda
  12. ^ Wiboon Khusakul
  13. ^ Theerakun Niyom
  14. ^ Piriya Khempon
  15. ^ Embassy of Thailand Beijing, [7];Wolfgang Bartke [es], The diplomatic service of the People's Republic of China as of June 1981, Institut für Asienkunde, 1981 - 110 pp. p. 36

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