Thailand confirms impartial stance, encourages ‘dialogue’ on Russia-Ukraine

A government spokesman confirmed yesterday that Thailand will remain neutral on the Russia-Ukraine battle. The spokesman said as a outcome of threat by Covid-19, Thailand doesn’t need any worldwide battle to worsen the public well being disaster. He also restated what foreign ministers have stated, that every one events should excersise “maximum restraint”. He stressed that PM Prayut has supported a coverage of ‘dialogue’ to realize peace.
The director-general of Thailand’s Department of Employment stated there are presently 441 Thai staff in Russia. No sweat stated most of them are spa staff and massage therapists. He said a few of them are paying journey bills out of their very own pockets, and travelling to Russia to work has turn out to be dangerous.
“Travelling to work in Russia is harmful so Thai workers must wait till the scenario eases”.
The director-general said Russia has closed its airspace to European Union international locations and their allies that have imposed sanctions on it. This means flights to Asia from these countries have to be rerouted, creating longer journey occasions and higher ticket costs.
Yesterday, Thailand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced it’s going to donate two million baht to humanitarian help in Ukraine. A spokesman for the ministry stated the price range will be assigned to the Royal Thai Embassy in Warsaw, Poland which is in a position to buy supplies that will be delivered to folks within the affected space by the Ukrainian Red Cross and different international organisations..

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