1,434 Myanmar returnees come back home through Myawady border on 27 May

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Officials helping the Myanmar migrant workers who come back home from Thailand at the checkpoint in Myawady. Photo: Htein Lin Aung (IPRD)

A total of 1,434 Myanmar citizens returned home from Thailand through Myanmar-Thai Friendship Bridge (2) of Myawady border town in Kayin State yesterday.
Among them, the 483 persons entered Myanmar by 21 buses under the arrangement of Thai government and Myanmar embassy, the 52 persons who were released from punishments in Thailand and the remaining 899 persons returned from different areas of the Kingdom in their own schedules.
Myanmar local officials helped them with medical tests and other supplies. Myanmar migrant works have been repatriated from Thailand since 1 May, and a total of 6,611 persons have arrived back home until now. The latest group of returnees included 3 from Kachin, 26 from Kayah, 195 from Kayin, 144 from Mon, 70 from Sagaing, 438 from Bago, 151 from Magway, 45 from Yangon, 95 from Mandalay, 58 from Nay Pyi Taw, 49 from Shan, 24 from Thaninthayi, 36 from Rakhine and 100 from Ayeyawady respectively.—Htein Lin Aung (IPRD) (Translated by Aung Khin)

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