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Conclusion reached at a Special Meeting on Irregular Migration in Indian Ocean

BANGKOK, 29 May 2015 (NNT) Permanent Secretary for Foreign Affairs Norachit Sinhaseni, as a chairman of the Special Meeting on Irregular Migration in the Indian Ocean today, has announced the meeting's outcome seeking multilateral solutions to an "alarming level" of migration challenge in the region. A number of proposals and recommendations were adopted under the immediate, medium and sustainable terms.

To provide an immediate response, the meeting agreed that rescuing lives of stranded migrants be given high priority. The delegates agreed upon intensifying search and rescue operations, ensuring UNHCR and IOM (International Organization for Migration) an access to migrants and their identification, taking a particular care of vulnerable groups of migrants, strengthening information and intelligence sharing mechanism to provide data on accurate migrants and vessels' location at sea, circulating resources of the countries in response with the appeals international organizations. On this occasion, the 3-million-USD-worth pledge in response to the IOM’s appeal made by the US as well as a 5-million AUD-pledge by the Australian Government to assist Rakhine State of Myanmar and Cox's Bazaar of Bangladesh were announced.

In order to tackle the long-term human trafficking and human smuggling issue in the region, the delegates had suggested that the countries need to strengthen an enforcement of the law of the countries and legal cooperation under a framework of the United Nations Convention Against Transnational Organized Crime (UNTOC) and its protocols, to establish a special investigation task force, specifically in affected countries, to enhance the transparency in government officials recruiting process, to prevent the trafficking and smuggling crimes committed by government authorities, to develop regional communication campaigns to convey a message about the danger of migration and the threat of human trafficking and smuggling to migrants' communities and also to impose legalization in migration, for example, through bilateral employment MOUs.

Lastly, in order to address the root causes of the issue, proposals are adopted on enhancing a quality of life of the people and creating economic incentives in the at-risk areas in countries of origin through various methods such as providing working skills training to the locals, promoting trade and investment in the areas, developing infrastructure and creating adequate access of people in the areas to basic rights and services such as housing, education and healthcare.

The Permanent Secretary has also mentioned about an agreement of the government of Myanmar to these methods of solution as well as its will to work cooperatively with international community to improve livelihood in affected areas, however, a nationality granting to the Rohingyas was not brought up to the discussion.

Further dialogue on this issue will be pursued under related regional frameworks including bilateral consultations; the Bali Process on People Smuggling, Trafficking in Persons and Related Transnational Crime (Bali Process) whose Ministerial Conference is to be held this year.

NHSO's hotline 1330 earns popular vote as best agency dealing with public complaints

BANGKOK, 29 May 2015 (NNT) Hotline 1330 of the National Health Security Office (NHSO) received the highest popular votes from consumers to become the Best Consumer Protection Agency in 2015 thanks to its efficiency in addressing public complaints, according to NHSO Deputy Secretary-General Weerapat Phankrut.

The award was presented by the Independent Organization for Consumer Protection (IOCP), which called on consumers to vote for a consumer protection agency which could solve their complaints through website platform of the Consumer Protection Foundation during 1 Dec 2014 - 20 Apr 2015. There were a total of seventeen candidate agencies for the award. The NHSO hotline 1330 was ranked first with highest scores from public votes.

Mr.Weerapat said the NHSO has continuously developed the service of the hotline to ensure it is an effective channel for receiving public complaints and processing the inquiries of those who are insured under Universal Coverage.

Jumpol Cheanjitsiri, Vice President of IOCP, said that the IOCP has cooperated with the Foundation for Consumer as well as the Confederation of Consumer Organization to observe "Thailand Consumer Rights Day". That day was the day consumers were invited to vote for best agency as a moral support for them to pursue the efforts in protecting consumer rights.

Alcohol sales banned on Vesak Day

BANGKOK, 29 May 2015 (NNT) The Ministry of Interior has instructed all agencies under its supervision to closely monitor entertainment venues, hotels and liquor shops across the country to make sure they abide by the alcohol-control law on Vesak Day.

According to deputy permanent- secretary of the Ministry of Interior Apinan Suethanuwong, sales of alcoholic drinks are strictly prohibited during Vesak Day. The ban is in line with the alcohol beverage control act BE 2551 (2008) which stipulates that sales or consumption of alcoholic beverages are disallowed on important religious days. Those caught having violated the law will be persecuted.

Vesak Day marks the days of birth, enlightenment and passing of Buddha. It is traditionally observed by Buddhists in different parts of the world. In Thailand, Vesak Day this year falls on June 1. The Ministry of Interior plays a leading role in the celebration of this important day by holding 12-day activities across the country starting from May 29 until June 9.

Aside from joining the merit-making campaign launched by the Ministry of Interior, Mr. Apinan said the general public could help improve society by simply taking part in useful activities they prefer, such as doing community work for the underprivileged or making donations.

Thai student teams to compete in 2015 World Robot Games

BANGKOK, 29 May 2015 (NNT) Four student teams from Thailand have been selected to compete at the 2015 World Robot Games in Jakarta, Indonesia, aiming to integrate their in-class knowledge to practical use, according to the OBEC.

The Secretary-General of the Office of the Basic Education Commission (OBEC) Kamol Rodklai revealed that 4 student teams from Thailand have been selected to compete at the 2015 World Robot Games to be held in Jakarta, Indonesia during 1-3 June 2015.

The 4 teams, comprising of 12 students, have been selected from the simulations and competitions hosted by OBEC during last year’s National Student's Arts and Crafts Competition. The schools that qualified are Anuban Nong Yai School from Chonburi province, Ban Na Tong Saharat Uthit School from Sakon Nakhon province, Wiang Mok Witthaya School in Lampang province, and Nong Bua School in Nakhon Sawan province.

The Thai contestants will compete in five different categories pf robot building, Sumo Robot, Fire Fighting Robot, Line Tracing Robot, Underwater Robot, and Innovative Robot.

The Secretary-General of OBEC said that the competition will provide an opportunity for Thai students to demonstrate their capability in robotics to solve designated tasks under simulated conditions. This will allow the students to integrate their knowledge to design robots with various kinds of tools.

He has said that this will encourage students to use the scientific procedures and apply technology to create their work that could be useful for the daily life. This opportunity will force students to adapt their problem solving skills from the hands-on approach under the guidance from their teacher.

Bank of Thailand states Thai economy still fragile in April

BANGKOK, 29 May 2015 (NNT) The Bank of Thailand (BoT) has reported that the economy in April was seeing sluggish recovery as people remained extremely cautious with their spending.

Ms Roong Mallikamas, Senior Director of the BoT’s Macroeconomic and Monetary Policy Department, made a statement concerning the overall economic condition during the month of April 2015, saying recovery was still unsteady and was impeded by limited household and business spending. Growth of private consumption dropped from 0.4 percent in the previous month to minus 1.3 percent in April while people’s average income decreased, both in the agricultural and non-agricultural sectors.

Despite a decline in the unemployment rate, the hourly wage was found to be quite low, providing no boost to household purchasing power and consumers’ confidence. Private investment expanded 0.9 percent, slightly less than the previous month when it was 1 percent. Exports were also down across the board, with the average growth standing at minus 1.7 percent.

Nonetheless, the Senor Director cited the weak baht resulting from the policy interest rate cut and the rebounding tourism sector as two outstanding positive factors.

The BoT is expected to adjust down its 2015 GDP growth estimate to below 3.8 percent during the meeting of the Monetary Policy Committee on June 10.

Employment Department hits back at fishing operators

BANGKOK, 29 May 2015 (NNT) Director-General of the Employment Department Sumet Mahosot has hit back at operators of fishing trawlers to improve working conditions of their employees in order to end labor shortage.

The suggestion was made to counter a complaint by an executive in the Fisheries Association that the Employment Department was unable to solve labour shortage in the sector, leading to continuation of the IUU fishing. The operators also called on the government to give permission for them to import migrant workers at any time to replace Thai workers who did not want to work on trawlers as well as to revise the regulation on labor registration.

The Director-General indicated that the root cause of labor shortage actually came from low-standard working conditions on fishing vessels and lack of incentives for workers.

He affirmed that the department was ready to cooperate with the association to improve working conditions on fishing vessels. He also suggested the operators to use modern technology to reduce use of human labour.

He went on to say that the number of migrant workers who have registered was currently 101,499, exceeding the demand of 60,000 migrant workers that the operators claimed they were lacking. However, after the end of the registration, if the operators still need to import workers, they can send a request to the department. This can be done in line with MOUs on labour cooperation Thailand has signed with other countries, the director-general said.

Trang Police steps up anti human trafficking operation

TRANG, 29 May 2015 (NNT) Trang Provincial Police has urged all agencies to speed up the crackdown of human trafficking activities, encouraging the public to inform any cases through the 191 hotline, says the Trang Police Chief.

The Trang Provincial Police Commander Pol Maj Gen Jeerawat Udomsud revealed that the Trang Provincial Police has appointed police officers in 16 police stations to coordinate information with administrative officials from the 10 district offices in the province, to maximize human trafficking suppression operations.

He said that this measure has been initiated from the remark by Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha, placing the human trafficking suppression and prevention as a national agenda, and a central command from the Royal Thai Police Commissioner General who has appointed all agencies to eradicate human trafficking.

The Trang Provincial Police special forces are now following up on this matter closely, while the public are encouraged to help monitor the situation and report any suspicious activities to the police through the 191 hotline.

The Trang Provincial Police Commander has also added that the public should be aware that human trafficking activities, which mainly consists of forced labour and forced prostitution of youths under 18 years.

NLA passes new Machinery Registration Act

BANGKOK, 29 May 2015 (NNT) The National Legislative Assembly (NLA) has approved of an amendment to the Machinery Registration Act, to reflect the needs of a modern Thailand.

The legal body heard a report from a special committee tasked with scrutinizing the bill. The legislation tasks private agencies with monitoring the application process of machinery ownership licenses. The special committee proposed that these agencies be certified according to strict engineering practices.

The committee also called for relaxing previous regulations on machine relocations, revising punishments for violations of the Act, and adjusting associated licensing fees to be relevant to today’s economic environment.

After the report, the NLA voted 161 in favor, with 5 abstentions.

Rice Dept to unveil 7 new breeds of rice

Thailand’s Rice Department will celebrate this year’s “Rice and Farmer’s Day” by unveiling seven new strains of rice.

Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn will inaugurate this year’s ceremony and the department will unveil seven newly approved breeds of rice. The new rice strains include indigenous breeds that will soon be certified with Geographical Indicators as well as fast-growing strains that can be utilized outside of the rainy season.

The department revealed that June 5 of every year is “Rice and Farmer’s Day,” as well as the anniversary of the day when King Rama VIII, His Majesty King Ananda Mahidol, and King Rama IX, His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej, visited the rice farms of Bang Khen district and sowed rice seeds into the fields. It is an auspicious day for rice farming in Thailand and honors all rice farmers in the Kingdom.

The department Secretary-General revealed that there are currently 60 million rai of rice paddies in the Kingdom, tended by approximately 17 million farmers. Rice exports have generated approximately 200 billion baht in annual revenue.

Suvarnabhumi Airport restricts use of plastics & styrofoam on safety concerns

BANGKOK, 29 May 2015 (NNT) Suvarnabhumi Airport has explained that its recent decision to ban airport staff from bringing plastic bags and styrofoam containers into its airside luggage-sorting area is based on safety concerns, a move that has generated controversy over social media.

Suvarnabhumi Airport General Manager Sirot Duangratana revealed that the ban on plastic bags and polystyrene containers was aimed at preventing risk due to foreign object debris in the aircraft. However, staff are still allowed to use reusable food containers, such as plastic or stainless steel lunchboxes.

The General Manager said the new rule was announced on May 18. However, staff working the night shift were temporarily exempt, given that many food outlets are closed. Now that the airport has allocated a budget for food shops to extend opening hours, all staff members regardless of their shift must comply with the new policy.

The airport is circulating an employee memo to notify all personnel and departments involved.

PM says Asia-Pacific nations must promote regional growth

BANGKOK, 28 May 2015 (NNT) Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha has stressed cooperation between Asian Pacific nations in creating social equality and driving economic growth in the region.

General Prayut spoke at the 71st Session of the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific. He said that millions of people live below the poverty line, without clean water and in poor living conditions.

He called on every country to join the effort to solve these issues. Thailand strives toward making the economy grow sustainably within five years.

Thailand is also trying to strengthen the economy, social values and environmental conservation. General Prayuth’s administration also advocates equal access to public resources for all citizens and developing effective water management.

Rohingyas to receive help and relocation support, ISOC Secretary-General sayss

BANGKOK, 28 May 2015 (NNT) The ISOC Secretary-General has reiterated the Prime Minister’s command to provide help to the Rohingya refugees and support their relocation to their destination.

The Internal Security Operations Command Secretary-General Gen Chatchalerm Chalermsukh has revealed that Thailand has been providing shelter for 779 Rohingya refugees, excluding those in the 9 war refugees centers along the Thailand-Myanmar border.

He has said that the Prime Minister has made his remark on this issue, saying that Thailand must provide humanitarian aid and support for the refugees, allowing them to travel to their destination.

He has also mentioned about the establishment of the Rohingya association, saying that officials have been appointed to verify the legitimacy of such associations.

Trat Chamber of Commerce & UTCC hold logistics seminar

TRAT, 28 May 2015 (NNT) The Trat Chamber of Commerce and University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce have co-organized a logistics seminar to prepare business operators for the establishment of special economic zones (SEZ).

The seminar is aimed at informing local business operators on future logistics development, so they can adapt to changes and challenges related to SEZs.

Organizers also planned to use the meeting to hear local trade operators and collect their opinions on development plans in their region.

The province’s trade logistics to neighboring Cambodia relies mainly on land and sea transport. Land transport is becoming more important to the province. However, the Trat Chamber of Commerce said province lacks the infrastructure required to enhance border trade.

It urged the provincial administration to establish a comprehensive trade center, expand roads and improve marine transport to facilitate shipping to neighboring countries.

Cabinet approves border transport center project in Nakhon Phanom

BANGKOK, 28 May 2015 (NNT) The Cabinet has approved the 1.1 billion baht budget for the construction of a border transport project in Nakhon Phanom that will help facilitate the logistics in the ASEAN region, according to a spokesman.

According to the Prime Minister’s Office Deputy Spokesman Maj Gen Sansern Kaewkamnerd, the Cabinet has accepted the principle budget for the construction and operation of the border transport center in Nakhon Phanom province. The construction will be carried out by the Department of Land Transport under a 1.1 billion baht budget during a 4-year period (2016-2019).

The project was first proposed as a scheme which the initial construction will be carried out by the government, while the management, and maintenance will be carried out by private companies. The Prime Minister suggested that mutual investment between the government and the private sector right from the beginning could also save the project's costs.

The project will have to be submitted for Cabinet approval again, along with the investment ratio and the expected investment returns, in keep with the Private Investment in State Undertakings Act.

The border transport center in Nakhon Phanom province will be the logistics center between Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, and Western China, along the R12 Road. It will also operate as a One Stop Service Center for import and export procedures. The center will be facilitating connectivity between road and rail, and will support the establishment of the Special Economic Zones.

The center will be built next to the existing Thailand-Laos border post at the Third Mekong Bridge in Nakhon Phanom. It will feature the goods transport facilities, passenger transport facilities, border trade promotion office, road to rail transfer facilities, and trading facilities.

This project is expected to boost Nakhon Phanom's and nearby provinces' economies with goods ranging from fashion, consumable, wood, industrial, energy, and agricultural goods. Industrial goods are expected to be the main imports, while agricultural industrial goods will be the main exports passing through the transport center.

His Majesty the King on royal duty in Hua Hin

PRACHUAP KHIRI KHAN, 28 May 2015 (NNT) His Majesty the King yesterday granted an audience to the following groups of people respectively at Klai Kangwon Palace in Hua Hin District.

- President of the Constitutional Court Nurak Mapraneet who led Mr. Worawit Kangsasithiam, a Constitutional Court judge, to take an oath of allegiance before assuming his post.

- Mr. Asis Pithakkhumpol, Chula Ratchamontri (Sheikhul Islam) and chairman of the Central Islamic Council of Thailand, led his committee members to extend their good wishes to His Majesty the King on behalf of the Thai Muslims in observance of the Month of Ramadan and the 50th anniversary of the royal project on the translation of the Holy Quran into Thai.

The Chula Ratchamontri presented to His Majesty on this occasion a set of six books containing the Holy Quran and its meaning in Thai. The official translation of the Holy Quran into Thai was a project conceived by His Majesty the King who advised that the noble scripture not only contained religious significance but also was recognized as an important piece of literary work of the world which had been translated into many languages.

In 1964 His Majesty instructed the then Chula Ratchamontri to translate the Quran from Arabic into Thai. He also provided personal fund for the printing of the Thai version of the Quran for distribution to the public. In July 1970, the first set of translation was completed, and His Majesty presented its copies to the Provincial Islamic Committee of Narathiwat. It was in 1987 that the complete set of the Quran with Thai translation was published and presented to HM the King on the occasion of his 60th birthday. The books were distributed to libraries of various mosques, Islamic schools and charity organizations.

Since then, the royal edition of the Quran translation has been published for pubic distribution on important occasions such as the 50th anniversary of the King’s accession to the Throne in 1996, and the 6th cycle birthday of Her Majesty the Queen in 2004.

The royal project on the translation of the Quran reached its 50th anniversary in 2014. It has yielded a satisfying result allowing Thai Muslims to have thorough understanding of the Islamic teachings as wished by His Majesty the King.

Police make major drug arrest in Bangkok

BANGKOK, 28 May 2015 (NNT) Police in Bangkok confiscated more than 21 kilograms of crystal methamphetamine and two million methamphetamine pills on Wednesday night.

Pol.Gen. Pongsapat Pongcharoen, deputy police chief, said on Thursday that the drugs were seized following a raid on Soi Ramkhamhaeng 110.

Two suspected drug traffickers were arrested during the raid. They were identified as Phuwadol Chindawong, 31, and Veerachart Sangwanwong, 34. Both of them are from the northern province of Chiang Rai.

Pol. Gen.Pongsapat said police had conducted intelligence work for over a month and discovered that the two suspects used the house to store illegal drugs delivered from Thailand's northern region.

69th ASEAN COST backs Metrology to be base of sci-tech development in ASEAN

PHUKET, 28 May 2015 (NNT) The 69th ASEAN Committee for Science and Technology (ASEAN COST) has agreed to develop Metrology as the fundamental of scientific and technological development in ASEAN, said Science and Technology Minister Pichet Durongkaveroj on Thursday.

The committee has approved the initiative proposed by Thailand as the host, to use Metrology as the ground of all developments in science, technology and innovation. They expected that the Metrology would be an effective tool to move ASEAN toward successful single market. They would formulate a roadmap and action plan to push forward the idea before proposing the roadmap to the ASEAN Ministerial Meeting on Science and Technology (AMMST) in late-2015.

Apart from the Metrology agreement, Mr.Pichet also presented Thai stance to formulate operational plan for science, technology and innovation during 2015-2020 as well as labour mobility in the sectors, the management of the ASEAN Science Fund (ABASF) and cooperation in water management.

ASEAN COST was held to boost cooperations in science, technology and innovations among ASEAN member states. Sub-sessions of the meeting began on the 21st of May 2015 with participation of high-ranking provincial officials in Phuket and representatives from ASEAN countries.

Thai FM calls for safe atmosphere to live in for all societies in Asia-Pacific

Thai FM calls for safe atmosphere to live in for all societies in Asia-Pacific BANGKOK, 28 May 2015 (NNT) - Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Tanasak Patimapragorn backed an establishment of suitable atmosphere in each ESCAP member state where its people can live with safety and in dignity.

He maded the call in his capacity as Thai representative to the 71st Session of the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) held in Bangkok.

In his address, Gen Tanasak said ESCAP member states were facing various forms of challenges such as natural disasters, economic inequality, and illegal migration. In order to handle the challenges, all of them should establish the atmosphere he had mentioned.

For Thailand, he said, sustainable development is promoted through the use of sufficiency economy philosophy. The concept aims to improve the quality of life while facilitating environmental conservation at the same time.

He continued to say that Thailand was putting great efforts to build a low-carbon society by raising environmental-friendly awareness among Thai people and encouraging them to preserve green areas. More investment in effective water management and waste disposal systems were also part of the efforts.

For the climate change, Gen Tanasak said Thailand has installed pre-warning system in order to reduce risk from natural disasters. This was part of the government attempts to develop the Thai economy and upgrade the quality of life of people. The government believed that moving Thailand towards agricultural society would bring the country to the sustainable development.

Minister Adul observes self-reliance programs for hill tribes in Chiang Rai

CHIANG RAI, 28 May 2015 (NNT) Social Development and Human Security Minister Adul Saengsingkaew visited the northern province of Chiang Rai to observe self-reliance programs for hill tribe people.

Pol Gen Adul met with the village chief and community leaders of Ban Saen Suk in Muang District, Chiang Rai province to discuss the progress of self-reliance programs. The Minister also gave assistance funds worth 60,000 baht to local vocational networks and offered scholarships to 30 school children there.

Pol Gen Adul then visited the local sufficiency economy learning center where he presided over the opening of the service point. Located at the village’s scenic spot, the service point is equipped with facilities for tourists, including shops and a handicraft center.

Chiang Rai province consists of 1.2 million people. Nearly 20 percent of them are ethnic groups, with the Akha representing the biggest percentage. To improve the wellbeing of ethnic groups, the government in 1959 decided to launch self-reliance and development programs in the northern province .

The Minister also expects that his visit to the village will boost the morale of officials who have dedicated themselves to their duties.

All foreign tourists safe in truck - train collision in Hat Yai

SONGKHLA, 28 May 2015 (NNT) The Langkawi Express Train No.954, which was a Kuala Lumpur - Hat Yai transnational train, collided with a cement mixer truck near Ban Rai, Moo 5, in Banpru area, Hat Yai, Songkhla on Thursday afternoon.

The train driver and all passengers who were mostly foreigners were safe while a 31-year-old truck driver was slightly injured and now hospitalized at Songkhlanagarind Hospital.

According to preliminary investigation, the Songkhla-registered truck No. 82-2970 operated by Warasiri Concrete Co., Ltd. was running across rail track which usually had no traffic barrier. He might not have a look carefully that the train was coming with high speed, ending up with the collision. The truck was knocked to the trackside ditch; however, there were no serious injuries and deaths in the accident as the train hit with the bottom of the truck.

After the accident, Hat Yai authorities had to replace the damaged locomotive of the train with a new one so that the train could take all passengers to their destination at Hat Yai Station.




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Conclusion reached at a Special Meeting on Irregular Migration in Indian Ocean

NHSO's hotline 1330 earns popular vote as best agency dealing with public complaints

Alcohol sales banned on Vesak Day

Thai student teams to compete in 2015 World Robot Games

Bank of Thailand states Thai economy still fragile in April

Employment Department hits back at fishing operators

Trang Police steps up anti human trafficking operation

NLA passes new Machinery Registration Act

Rice Dept to unveil 7 new breeds of rice

Suvarnabhumi Airport restricts use of plastics & styrofoam on safety concerns

PM says Asia-Pacific nations must promote regional growth

Rohingyas to receive help and relocation support, ISOC Secretary-General says

Trat Chamber of Commerce & UTCC hold logistics seminar

Cabinet approves border transport center project in Nakhon Phanom

His Majesty the King on royal duty in Hua Hin

Police make major drug arrest in Bangkok

69th ASEAN COST backs Metrology to be base of sci-tech development in ASEAN

Thai FM calls for safe atmosphere to live in for all societies in Asia-Pacific

Minister Adul observes self-reliance programs for hill tribes in Chiang Rai

All foreign tourists safe in truck - train collision in Hat Yai



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