Myanmar sends 9,328 workers to Thailand in May-June

About 9,328 Myanmar migrant workers have been sent to Thailand under MoU, according to the Myanmar Labour Attaché Office to Thailand.
A total of 9,328 workers – 5,252 males and 4,076 females— were sent to Thailand via the Myawady-Mae Sot border in May and June.
The labour export was suspended temporarily during the outbreak of COVID-19 and resumed starting on 10 May 2022.
In the May-June period, workers were sent to Thailand under an MoU system 23 times and 9,328 workers were welcomed and sent to their respective workplaces by officials of the two countries.
The purpose of the MoU procedure is to support legal stay and work in respective countries, protect their rights and legal protection under the existing law of the countries. — TWA/GNLM

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