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Following floods, authorities are attempting to stop Phuket’s shoreline erosion


The vice governor of Phuket, Amnuay Pinsuwan, allegedly received permission to look into alternative solutions from Governor Narong. One area where officials are particularly concerned is Sai Kaew Beach. The meeting took place in the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment’s main office in Phuket’s commercial district. The beach was significantly impacted by the king tide and storms that hit Phuket last month. Another location of concern is Mai Khao Beach. Amnuay claims that this is done so that authorities can stay updated on the issue. In the meanwhile, the Phuket Highways Office will evaluate the condition of the roads. There were also officials from Mai Khao Tambon, Phuket Province, and Thalang District administrative groups. He said that although 160 meters saw significant erosion, 5.79 kilometers only saw mild erosion. According to Amnuay, the first 2.3 kilometers experienced negligible erosion.
Officials from Phuket convened a conference yesterday to discuss how coastal erosion is hurting the island province in light of the significant floods being brought on by stormy weather. Now that the coastline erosion conditions in each local government organization’s authority have been surveyed, the Phuket Office of Natural Resources and Environment has been given more instructions. Amnuay informed authorities that 8.3 kilometers of Phuket’s shoreline will be affected by coastal erosion in 2020. Attending the session were officers from Sirinath National Park and representatives from other departments.

Thailand supports the “One China” policy despite the US Taiwan PR crisis


Thailand showcased its strong international ties by maintaining cordial relations with both China and the US. Tanee Sangrat of the foreign ministry stated her hope that the two countries involved in the Taiwan Strait will settle their differences amicably. The outcome was quite close to what was expected. As part of its foreign policy, the US appears to routinely meddle in the internal affairs of other countries. The most recent is the US’s engagement in the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. The US’s support of the “One China” policy and Taiwan’s inclusion in China only serve to highlight how absurd it is. In response to Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, the Chinese embassy in Thailand released a statement calling on Thailand, which it described as a “strategic cooperating partner,” to maintain its adherence to the “One China” policy ever since the two countries’ establishment of diplomatic relations in 1975. Whatever your views on the matter, it makes obvious that Putin would act similarly to way the US did when it posted its guerrilla NATO force on Russia’s border. Would the US not respond similarly if an army camped outside of Washington?

Tanee asserts that Thailand is closely monitoring the developments in the Taiwan Strait and is concerned about them. The “One China” policy has Thailand’s approval. We do not want to see any acts that could heighten tensions and jeopardize the peace and stability of the region. We sincerely hope that all parties involved act with the utmost moderation, uphold international law and the values of respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity, and strive for a peaceful resolution of their differences.

In the statement, China expressed its confidence that Thailand, as a friendly neighbor, would protect international law, support China’s great cause of reunification, and cooperate with China to maintain peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait and the surrounding area. The US, however, also warns China that it would face military force if it invades Taiwan. China conducted a number of battle simulations along the Taiwan Strait to show off its military might in response to Pelosi’s visit. Thailand advised caution between China and the United States during China’s Civil War between the Communists and the Nationalists in the mid- to late 1940s in the wake of Nancy Pelosi’s brief visit to Taiwan on Tuesday. The Nationalists have made Taiwan their home ever since they withdrew. It was useless for Pelosi to assert that the world must choose between democracy and dictatorship. It’s unneeded, impolite, and will undoubtedly set off a response. But why is that a decision that the rest of the world must make? Vladimir Putin does indeed appear to have psychotic tendencies, and his invasion of Ukraine was against the law according to international law. I think it has never been done in the US. At most, the US is merely passingly interested in Taiwan. They were speaking politely to one other. It should be emphasized that China has never launched an assault against another nation since restructuring under the People’s Republic of China.

Thailand offers assistance to Sri Lanka during its moment of need


A total of five million baht worth of gifts were made by various ministries, and another 1.3 million baht worth of medical supplies were given to Sri Lanka by the Foreign Ministry. Several departments worked together to make the contribution from Thailand to Sri Lanka. When Sri Lanka’s longest-ever power outage of 13 hours occurred in April, the nation descended into chaos. Since then, the nation has struggled to pay for essentials like fuel, medicine, and other necessities.

This information was released after Sri Lanka urgently requested assistance on Monday to feed hungry youngsters. Neil Hapuhinne, the secretary of Sri Lanka’s Ministry for Women and Child Affairs, reported that in 2021, the ministry had identified 127,000 malnourished children out of the country’s 570,000 children under the age of five. Additional assistance for Sri Lanka is also being considered by other Thai governmental and commercial sectors. The donations “represent the close and cordial ties as well as the goodwill between Thai and Sri Lankan peoples,” according to the announcement of the donation.

He claimed that over the previous year, the number of giveaways had virtually doubled. To feed potentially hundreds of thousands of youngsters, the ministry is looking for private donations. Over 90% of Sri Lankans, according to Hapuhinne, now depend on government assistance. 1.6 million government workers are included in this. Among them are the Thai Red Cross Society, the Government Pharmaceutical Organization, the Public Health Ministry, and the Department of Disease Control. Yesterday, Thailand’s Foreign Ministry declared that the nation had provided Sri Lanka with food, medicine, medical supplies, and cash assistance. The severe economic crisis, according to UNICEF, has a disproportionately negative impact on children in Sri Lanka.