With this Email we want to inform you that a press
statement from Pakistan mentioning to have stronger ties with Thailand
contains probably a capital mistake.
It is mentioned in this press statement
that an invitation has been issued to HH Princess Maja von Hohenzollern from
the Prime Minister of Pakistan.
This circumstance is incorrect.
Princess Maja von Hohenzollern is NOT a
representative of the government or the state of Thailand, neither she has
gotten an invitation of the Prime Minister of Pakistan.
Princess Maja von Hohenzollern is the
ambassador of the bilateral, cultural and social Organization
Thailandfreunde e.V. (In Thailand known as Phuenthai German International
Organization) based in Germany. Further is Princess Maja von Hohenzollern a
German citizen and member of the German aristocracy NOT the aristocracy of
We have the opinion that they mixed up
HH Princess Maja von Hohenzollern with HRH Maha Chakri Sirindhorn, the
daughter of Their Majesties King Bumiphol Adulyadej and Queen Sirikit from
We ask y for an immediate correction
and apologies to HH Maja von Hohenzollern, the organization Thailandfreunde
e.V. and probably also the Government of Thailand and the Royal Palace.
We are looking forward to hear back as
this is a scandal par excellence.
We can't accept such a terrible mistake
published everywhere in the world.
With the very best regards
Dr. Dirk Weeber Arayatumsopon PhD
Chair Man of TF e.V. and Protocol Chief
of HH Princess Maja von Hohenzoller for the Kingdom of Thailand
Mistaken Press Statement going surround
Pakistan looks forward to stronger ties
with Thailand: Gilani
ISLAMABAD, Jan 16 (APP): Prime Minister
Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani Monday said Pakistan looked forward to improvement of
bilateral ties with Thailand in the days ahead. He was talking to the
outgoing Ambassador of Thailand Marut Jipatima who paid a farewell call on
at him at the PM House.
The Prime Minister appreciated the role
of the Ambassador in bringing the two countries closer and especially
enhancing trade, commerce and cultural ties, a press release from the PM
The Prime Minister said he was looking
forward to meet the Thai Prime Minister during his visit to Davos later this
month where Thai Premier was coming to attend World Economic Forum.
The Prime Minister said the people of
Pakistan and the government were looking forward to welcome princess Maja
von Hohenzollern when she would arrive the country at the invitation of
President of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari.
The Prime Minister called upon the need
of high level exchanges of security officials, businessmen and cultural
representatives to accord further impetus to the cooperation already
existing in these sectors.
The Ambassador extended deep sense of
gratitude to Pakistan and the people of the country for their cooperation
during his stay in Pakistan.
The Ambassador extended an invitation
to the Prime Minister on behalf of his government to visit Thailand at a