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Thailand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs expresses concern over violence in Myanmar


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With more than 850 people killed by security forces since the February military coup in Myanmar, and the junta’s ongoing clashes with ethnic troops and rebel fighters, Thailand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has released a statement expressing concern over the violence in the neighbouring country. Along with reiterating the call to end violence and the release of detainees, the ministry’s spokesperson Thanee Saengrat said they would like Myanmar to implement the Five-Point Consensus, which was agreed on by ASEAN leaders. Thanee says Thailand has been following the situation in Myanmar. A top concern is the violence. Reports say some protesters have […]

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2 hours ago, Thaiger said:

Thanee says Thailand has been following the situation in Myanmar. A top concern is the violence.

Thanks to The National News Bureau of Thailand for issuing this report of the MoFA choosing to remind us that Thailand has been following the situation in Myanmar. 'Following the situation', indeed … the massacre is now into its 5th month of carnage.

And by 'Thailand', exactly who is Thanee referring to? . . . himself and his Foreign Ministry pals or the entire Thai populace? Truth is, the typical Thai man-in-the-street will have been mindful, if not following General Hlaing's animal behaviour, just across the border, from day-one.

And, just to add insult to injury, he sees fit, with over 850 dead, to tell us that persons (un-named) are concerned about the violence. What words or action has the MoFA taken towards curbing this horrific violence, this unjustified killing of innocent Burmese people, by the hundred? Some concern!

Will Tranee be proud of himself for making this proclamation, I cannot help but wonder, when any decent-thinking man would be cowering in shame for having uttered such empty words?

An utterly shameful attempt at self-righteousness and nothing more.

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