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2, more Thai people have died in a Hamas strike on Israel

PM Srettha Israel has imprisoned 11 people and killed one Thai

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin reported on Sunday morning that a Thai worker was murdered and approximately 11 others were seized during the Hamas strike on Israel, while a complete sky lockdown was delaying evacuations.

Mr. Srettha stated at Wing 6 in Don Muang that there was an unsubstantiated report that one Thai was slain and around 11 others were held in Israel prior to his international trip, which was scheduled to last from Sunday to Thursday. The precise number of injured Thai persons there had not been disclosed to him.

The prime minister pledged to utilize every diplomatic tool at his disposal to secure the release of the Thai victims. “They are innocent and have nothing to do with any conflict,” he stated.

People in Israel were instructed to stay indoors during the ongoing lockdown procedures, according to Mr. Srettha, who added that there had been no definitive word on the whereabouts of the impacted Thais.

In Israel, where “the situation remains of concern,” the air force was preparing transport aircraft for the evacuation of Thai citizens, he said.

He sent the Thai envoy in Israel the advice to maintain the aircraft nearby for speedy evacuation when necessary. He claimed that the Israeli sky was still entirely opaque.

The prime minister claimed that one flight could accommodate 423 passengers. About 5,000 of the 25,000 Thai employees in Israel were in locations that were under lockdown.

Jakkapong Sangmanee, the deputy foreign minister, was expelled from Mr. Srettha’s travel party and instructed to stay in the nation to oversee actions pertaining to the situation in Israel.

Mr. Srettha will go to Hong Kong, Brunei, Malaysia, and Singapore during this time.


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