The Presidents of China and Singapore and foreign embassies in Thailand have offered their congratulations on His Majesty the King’s coronation.
In a congratulatory message, the President of China, Xi Jinping, on behalf of the Chinese government, the people of China, and himself, would like to extend sincere congratulations and best wishes to His Majesty the King and the Thai people.
The Chinese embassy in Bangkok organized an event for the Chinese ambassador and diplomats to celebrate His Majesty the King’s coronation and send their best wishes for stability, peace, and prosperity in Thailand under the reign of His Majesty the King.
The President of Singapore, Halimah Yacob, sent a congratulatory letter to His Majesty the King. The letter says:
“On behalf of the people of Singapore, I extend my warmest congratulations and best wishes to Your Majesty on the most auspicious occasion of Your Majesty’s coronation. I am confident that the people of Thailand will continue to see development and abundance in the years ahead under Your Majesty’s reign.”
Foreign embassies in Thailand also joined in to congratulate His Majesty the King on this occasion and wish His Majesty the King good health and happiness. The embassies looked forward to closer ties between their countries and Thailand and wished Thai people happiness and success under the reign of His Majesty the King.
In the United States, many Thai citizens expressed their gratification after participating in volunteering activities and making merit for His Majesty the King on this auspicious occasion.
Many foreign news agencies had closely followed the coronation activities in Thailand and reported that the activities, such as the royal procession, were well organized in honor His Majesty the King. People from around the world also had the opportunity to learn about His Majesty the King’s life and wisdom as well as the country’s culture and tradition.
The coronation of His Majesty the King is one of the momentous events in Thai history. It was held for the first time in 69 years. This is also the first time for the general public to witness the traditional coronation ceremonies.