Police seized 1,150 grenades and 6,000 M16 bullets destined for Myanmar and arrested six suspects including an air force sergeant.
Security officials were handling nearly 2,000 Myanmar refugees.
Covid-19 vaccines will be sent to Thai border to inoculate local officials as Thailand is preparing for the potential influx of refugees from Myanmar.
The Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Thursday released a statement on the situation in Myanmar, saying it continued to follow developments in Myanmar with much concern while calling for de-escalation of the situation.
BANGKOK, March 3 (TNA) – ASEAN foreign ministers expres […]
ASEAN foreign ministers asked all parties in Myanmar to make one backward step for the sake of people.
ASEAN foreign ministers will have an informal meeting as Thailand wishes Myanmar to improve its situations peacefully.
Deputy Prime Minister and Public Health Minister, Anutin Charnvirakul visited Mae Sot hospital in Tak to boost morale of medical personnel and healthcare workers, who have worked hard to treat Covid-19 patients, returning from Myanmar.
Soldiers and police are strictly guarding the Thai-Myanmar border while 103 Thai people seek permission for their return from Myanmar through official channels.
Six more people who returned from Tachilek were confirmed with COVID-19 in Chiang Rai
The government’s business easing committee will propose the government extend the validity of tourist visas to 45 days from 30 days to attract visitors.
Deputy Prime Minister/Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul said the new COVID-19 situation was under control