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Thailand’s military chief denied that the Thai military arsenal was equipped to Myanmar insurgent forces.

In a bid to make clear the state of affairs, Common Jaroenchai Hintao firmly refutes allegations tying Thailand’s military to the arsenal fuelling insurgent fighters throughout the Myanmar border. Insisting on the integrity of Thailand’s defence, Common Jaroenchai outlines rigorous measures in place to safeguard in opposition to illicit weapon transfers.

“Every time there may be concern over arms trafficking actions, investigations have persistently proven that the weapons didn’t come from [Thai] military forces.”

Acknowledging the humanitarian disaster stemming from Myanmar’s military conscription drive, Jaroenchai underscores collaborative efforts to assist displaced residents. But, amidst the goodwill gestures, Thailand stays resolute in its dedication to staunch border safety, reported The Nation.

As tensions escalate, Thailand’s border defence forces are poised to fight illicit actions, together with drug trafficking and arms smuggling. Nonetheless, Common Jaroenchai concedes the complexity of the Myanmar border state of affairs, affirming the military’s twin function in upholding order and safeguarding human rights.

In associated information, Thailand’s plan to offer humanitarian support to displaced individuals inside Myanmar earned reward from the chairman of the Home Committee on International Affairs, Noppadon Pattama. Noppadon emphasised the urgency for the present Srettha Thavisin authorities to step up its efforts in resolving the battle in Myanmar.

In different information, a violent altercation in Bangkok’s Sukhumvit space led to the demise of a 53 12 months outdated Myanmar businessman in the early hours of this morning. The incident occurred at 1.30am on Wednesday, February 14, in a room in a Sukhumvit Soi 4 mansion, the place the sufferer, Kayo Seya, was discovered with a number of accidents and important blood loss.

The businessman was reportedly concerned in a international foreign money trade enterprise with two associates, William and John, two Cameroon males believed to be Scottish nationals. Throughout a heated dispute, the sufferer’s mom tried to intervene and was knocked unconscious.

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