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14 May 2006 :: 14:05:06 pm 33453

Foreign Minister met representatives of the National Association.

Foreign Minister met representatives of the National Association for the Rescue of Japanese Kidnapped by North Korea (NARKN) or SUKUUKAI in Tokyo
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Today (13 May 2006) Upon hearing of Dr. Kantathi Suphamongkhon, Thai Foreign Minister’s visit to Japan, representatives of the National Association for the Rescue of Japanese Kidnapped by North Korea (NARKN) or SUKUUKAI came to see Foreign Minister Kantathi at the hotel. They had useful exchanges of views on the issues of their common concern. The Thai Foreign Minister thanked them for their information.

Foreign Minister Kantathi told them that his Government is very concerned about the well being of Ms. Anocha Panchoi, a Thai national who is “a missing person.” The Thai Government has reasons to believe that she is in the DPRK. He stressed that Thailand has good relations with the DPRK and will continue to engage the DPRK directly to resolve this humanitarian case for the time being. The most important thing is to obtain good cooperation from the DPRK to enable Anocha’s relatives to get in touch with her. After that, whether she remains in the DPRK or returns to Thailand would depend on her decision.

Foreign Minister Kantathi told SUKUUKAI that Thailand appreciates good understanding and gesture of support from the Japanese side and will remain in touch on this important matter.

Reporter : PDN staff   Photo : Internet   Category : World News

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