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FM officials show support for military junta

Photo : Adisorn Chabsungnuen

Photo : Adisorn Chabsungnuen

Photo : Adisorn Chabsungnuen

Photo : Adisorn Chabsungnuen

Photo : Adisorn Chabsungnuen

Photo : Adisorn Chabsungnuen

A group of foreign ministry officials on Monday issued a statement of support for National Council of Peace and Order and the military and security authorities for their efforts to bring the country out of political deadlock.

The group, which is calling itself Change is Inevitable, said it is confident that the changes through reform will be an important foundation for strengthening democracy under the constitutional monarchy along with free and fair elections. It was led by Sasiwat Wongsinwat, the ministry's deputy director general for South Asia.

The group of about 30 members also gave flowers, food, necessities and water to soldiers providing security at Phaya Thai intersection on Sri Ayutthay road.


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