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UN peacekeepers wanted to protect red shirts: Weng

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Red shirts on Thursday submit a letter asking the United Nations to dispatch the international peacekeeper to Thailand to help protect the red shirts protesters.

The letter was submitted to a UN representative by red shirt leader weng Tojirakarn at the UN regional office in Bangkok.

“I want the presence of peacekeeping force to prevent Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva and Deputy Prime Minister Suthep Thuagsuban from dispatching soldiers to kill the red shirts who have just their bare hands,” weng said from the rally stage at Rajprasong before going to the UN building.

The Nation


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