Thai authorities hand over 120 Myanmar citizens

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Myanmar returnees queue for immigration and healthcare process Myawady Friendship Bridge 2 yesterday. photo: htein linn aung (iprd)
Myanmar returnees queue for immigration and healthcare process Myawady Friendship Bridge 2 yesterday. photo: htein linn aung (iprd)
Myanmar returnees queue for immigration and healthcare process Myawady Friendship Bridge 2 yesterday. photo: Htein Linn Aung (IPRD)

MYANMAR began accepting Myanmar migrant workers returning from Thailand on 1 May and Myanmar officials reaccepted the third batch of 120 Myanmar citizens who have served jail terms in Thailand for various offences at Myawady Friendship Bridge 2 yesterday.
Handover of these persons and their medical checkups were supervised by Kayin State Hluttaw Representative U Thant Zin Aung, Deputy District Administrator of Myawady District U Aung Chan Nyein, Head of District Police Force Police Lt- Col Thet Lin Oo, Township Administrator U Phyo Zaw Ko Ko, Myawady District Immigration Officer U Aung Khaing Swe and officials.
This is the third batch of Myanmar migrants returning from Thailand that had penalities imposed on them.
The number of Myanmar nationals who returned from Thailand was 60 on 1 May, 54 on 2 May, 1 on 3 May, 44 on 4 May, 23 on 5 May, 100 on 8 May, 44 on 10 May, 13 on 11 May, 41 on 12 May, 16 on 13 May, 38 on 14 May and 120 on 15 May with no returnees on 6, 7 and 9 May totalling 554.
They are three persons from Kachin State and 18 from Kayin State, 28 from Mon State, 19 from Bago Region, five from Yangon Region, two from Mandalay Region, 12 from Shan State, 23 from Taninthayi Region, one from Rakhine State and five from Ayeyawady Region.
Myawady District Information and Public Relations Department’s Staff Officer Daw Su Su Thwe and office staff distributed COVID-19 educational handouts to them. — Htein Linn Aung (IPRD) (Translated by TTN)

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