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

A government spokesman confirmed yesterday that Thailand will stay neutral on the Russia-Ukraine conflict. The spokesman stated as a outcome of menace by Covid-19, Thailand doesn’t need any worldwide battle to worsen the basic public well being crisis. He also restated what international ministers have stated, that each one events ought to excersise “maximum restraint”. He careworn that PM Prayut has supported a coverage of ‘dialogue’ to realize peace.
The director-general of Thailand’s Department of Employment mentioned there are at present 441 Thai workers in Russia. He said most of them are spa employees and massage therapists. He stated a few of them are paying journey bills out of their very own pockets, and travelling to Russia to work has become harmful.
“Travelling to work in Russia is harmful so Thai workers should wait till the scenario eases”.
The director-general mentioned Russia has closed its airspace to European Union nations and their allies that have imposed sanctions on it. This means flights to Asia from these nations need to be rerouted, creating longer journey occasions and higher ticket prices.
Yesterday, Thailand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs introduced it’ll donate two million baht to humanitarian assistance in Ukraine. Economical for the ministry said the budget will be assigned to the Royal Thai Embassy in Warsaw, Poland which is in a position to purchase supplies that will be delivered to people within the affected area by the Ukrainian Red Cross and different international organisations..

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