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Thailand, Australia sign anti-human trafficking agreement

BANGKOK, 28th November 2018, (NNT) – The Thai Government and Australian states have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on anti-human trafficking, in a bid to curb the international scourge. The move is part of the ASEAN-Australia Counter-Trafficking agreement. The MOU was signed by Suphatra Srimaitreephithak , the Director-General of the Thailand International Cooperation Agency […]Read More

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Government units sign agreements on human trafficking cases

BANGKOK, 6th August 2018 (NNT) – The Ministry of Social Development and Human Security has signed MOUs with other government units on human trafficking. Minister of Social Development and Human Security Anantaporn Kanchanarat, presided over a ceremony on Sunday to sign the MoUs with 10 government units including the Royal Thai Police, Department of Special […]Read More

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Labor Ministry signs IUU combating agreement with EU and ILO

BANGKOK, 22 March 2016 (NNT) – The Ministry of Labor has announced it will be intensifying action against Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing after signing on to a cooperation with the European Union (EU) and International Labor Organization (ILO). Labor Minister Gen Sirichai Distakul disclosed after opening the “Combating Unacceptable Forms of Work in […]Read More

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Redshirt leaders freed after signing MOU with the military

Redshirt leaders Jatuporn Phromphan and Nattawut Saikua were freed last night after both reached agreement with the military that they will not make any political movement that could incite public disturbance. Both were escorted from the Ninth Infantry Division based in Kanchaburi province by soldiers back to their homes in Bangkok last night after almost […]Read More

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Thailand and Vietnam sign 2 agreements on Labour cooperation

BANGKOK, 30 July 2015 (NNT) – Labour Minister Surasak Karnjanarat has signed two agreements with his Vietnamese counterpart to promote labour cooperation that will be used as a pattern for labour cooperation with three other neighboring countries – Laos, Cambodia, and Myanmar. The two agreements cover cooperation in four fields namely skilled labour development, labour […]Read More

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Thailand, Myanmar sign visa-free agreement

CHIANG MAI – Thailand and Myanmar signed an agreement on Tuesday to allow citizens with ordinary passports to make visa-free visits of up to 14 days. The agreement was signed by Foreign Minister Tanasak Patimapragorn and his Myanmar counterpart Wunna Maung Lwin during the Thai-Myanmar Joint Commission meeting in the northern city. Read more: Bangkok […]Read More