183 Myanmar nationals repatriated


A total of 183 Myanmar nationals – 87 migrant workers and 96 people who were charged and punished for petty crimes in Thailand returned to the country via the Myanmar-Thailand Friendship Bridge 2 in Tachilek Township yesterday.
The 87 migrant workers – 36 males and 51 females and 96 citizens – 76 males and 20 females who completed their punishment—were transferred by Thai officials to Myanmar officials.
Myanmar health officials conducted COVID-19 tests on returnees.
The swab tests will be conducted three times currently and the returnees will have to undergo quarantine at the Wanglong quarantine centre before they go back to their regions.
Thai officials also transferred 203 Myanmar nationals on 4 June. — TWA/GNLM

Share this post
Hot News
Hot News
MoCRD initiates collaboration with MLC members to strengthen MSME empowerment
MTA (Central) to honour around 1,300 elderly artistes across Myanmar in October
NSPNC holds peace talks with RCSS
DPM & MoFA Union Minister receives UNOPS Asia Regional Director
Government encourages athletes to improve sports skills and talent
Myanmar delegation attends 2023 Global Public Security Cooperation Forum
MIFER Union Minister receives UNOPS Asia Regional Director
Union Government Office 2 UM receives Qatari Minister/Charge d’Affaires ai
Water from Kyeeohn Kyeewa Dam overflows from spillway
China-Myanmar Cooperation Symposium on Metrology held in Yangon