In a resolute call to action, Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin has called upon government agencies to translate government policies into tangible and meaningful actions. Addressing the parliament, the Prime Minister emphasized the imperative of ensuring that each government policy put forth before the legislative body yields concrete outcomes, with a particular focus on urgent policies aimed at alleviating the soaring cost of living, bolstering the income of farmers and small-scale retailers, reinvigorating small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), promoting tourism, and combating corruption and drug-related issues.
Prime Minister Thavisin urged the heads of government agencies to play a pivotal role in establishing a solid foundation for the nation, thereby eliminating the existing obstacles that impede new economic development. He called upon them to actively promote the nation’s soft power assets, facilitate investment in critical infrastructure, drive educational reform, and foster inclusive improvements in livelihoods, all aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The Prime Minister emphasized that the execution of government policies must be carried out with precision and effectiveness to ensure that the envisioned goals are realized. His words resonated with a sense of urgency and purpose as he underscored the importance of swift and effective implementation.
In a poignant moment, Prime Minister Thavisin expressed his gratitude and admiration for senior government officials who are set to retire this year. He commended them as role models for the younger generation of civil servants, recognizing their invaluable contributions to the nation’s governance.
As the nation looks ahead, the Prime Minister’s rallying call to government agencies signifies a commitment to translating policy vision into practical solutions, all while striving for a brighter future for the people of the nation.