PM Prayut orders close monitoring of Syrian conflict

PM orders close monitoring of Syrian conflict

By Thai PBS

 

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The prime minister has ordered security officials to monitor the situation in Syria closely after the US-led bombings.

 

National Security Council secretary-general Gen Wallop Raksanoh said after Syria bombings by the US, Britain and France, the prime minister has ordered security officials to monitor and assess  the situation closely, as Thailand is a member of the  United Nations.

 

If the conflict deteriorates and prompts the UN to call  an emergency meeting, or upon request by member country for urgent  meeting, Thailand needs to comply with under international laws, he said.

 

Full story: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/pm-orders-close-monitoring-syrian-conflict/

 
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