Thai Foreign Minister reportedly admits to assembly with Myanmar’s navy junta

Following reviews in Burmese media that Thailand’s Foreign Affairs Minister visited Myanmar’s capital Naypyidaw last weekend to meet with the army junta and coup chief, the minister has reportedly revealed details about his trip, saying he mentioned humanitarian help for the country’s residents.
Foreign Affairs Minister, Don Pramudwinai, who additionally serves as Deputy PM, reportedly admitted to meeting with coup leader Min Aung Hlaing, however did not say what the two discussed, simply that the talks were “constructive.” Both the Bangkok Post and Nation Thailand report that Don told the press that 17 tonnes of relief items are being delivered to Myanmar.
“The Thai non-public sector is concerned concerning the scenario in the neighbouring nation and has collected important items and sent them to Myanmar.”

The go to was first reported in Burmese media. ผลไม้อบแห้ง to Kazakhstan and Mozambique, who calls himself the “Alternative Ambassador” on Facebook, shared The Thaiger’s story on the overseas minister assembly with the navy junta in Myanmar and referred to as on the Thai government to be more clear.
Documents from the navy in Myanmar from Don’s visit were leaked and shared on social media, together with a document outlining the itinerary. The doc shows the Foreign Minister was scheduled to attend a Covid-19 vaccine donation ceremony, but the Bangkok Post says that Don has not addressed claims that Thailand donated vaccine doses to Myanmar navy junta.
Leaked documents also say Don visited Myanmar with Senior Advisor to the Deputy PM and Minister of Foreign Affairs Pornpimol Kanchanalak, Director General at Department of East Asian Affairs Ajaree Sriratanaban, Chief of Staff at Minister’s Office Prapenpim Prachonpachanuk, and Counsellor at Minister Office Chatchawal Horayangkura.


SOURCE: Bangkok Post| Nation Thailand
 

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