26th Myanmar-Thailand Case Management Meeting on Return and Reintegration of Victims of Human Trafficking

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The Department of Rehabilitation of the Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement and Thailand’s Ministry of Social Development and Human Security virtually organized the 26th Myanmar-Thailand Case Management Meeting on Return and Reintegration of Victims of Human Trafficking yesterday.
The meeting was hosted by Thailand and Permanent Secretary Ms Ramrung Worawat of the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security said although two countries cooperated online during the outbreak of COVID-19, it received positive outcomes. It has been about 10 years and Thailand and Myanmar worked as model countries and it reaches the 26th meeting now. The Permanent Secretary also expressed willingness to hold face-to-face meetings again when the COVID-19 infection rate drops.
Then, Director-General U Aung Kyaw Moe of the Rehabilitation Department talked about the holding of the virtual meeting for transportation difficulties amid COVID-19.
He also said in the 21st century, human trafficking has developed into one of the most terrifying forms of slavery, a social problem that affects all parts of the world. Although most of the victims were women and children, the number of men is increasing today.
Myanmar and Thailand face such problems as other countries. He then pledged the country will cooperate in the fight against human trafficking and protection services. The meeting also discussed the implementations based on the facts of the 25th meeting. — MNA

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