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A key part of Australia's defence policy is to engage with regional countries to shape the long-term strategic environment. Australia seeks to pursue a mature, relevant and meaningful defence relationship with the Kingdom of Thailand, in keeping with its other defence ties in the region, especially with Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) member states.
Defence Section Responsibilities.
It is the responsibility of the Defence Attaché and attached staff to maintain and foster the defence relationship between the Australian Defence Force (ADF) and the Royal Thai Armed Forces (RTArF) and, together with the Armed Forces staff at the Royal Thai Embassy in Canberra, to act as the primary point of contact between the military forces of both countries.