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Montenegro to act if Thaksin on Interpol list

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Former Thai PM Thaksin Shinawatra

Former Thai PM Thaksin Shinawatra. Photo: Thaksin Shinawatra / Facebook.


Montenegro has informed Thailand that it will take legal action against convicted ex-PM Thaksin Shinawatra if Interpol put Thaksin on its wanted list, Thai Foreign Minister Kasit Piromya said Monday.

“Montenegro Foreign Minister (Milan Rocen) had informed me twice in his letters that the action against Khun Thaksin will depend on the Interpol” Kasit said.

Montenegro has given citizenship to Thaksin who is investing in a hotel business in Budva city of Montenegro.

Rocen’s statements are in response to Kasit’s two letters in which Kasit informed Rocen about political situation in Thailand and the Thai court’s verdicts against Thaksin.

As of now, Interpol has not yet put Thaksin’s name on its wanted list, reportedly because it believed the rulings on Thaksin’s corruption and abuse of power charges are politically motivated.

Read more: The Nation

By The Nation


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