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The National Human Rights Commission of Thailand (NHRC) requested not to send back home refugees.

The National Human Rights Commission of Thailand (NHRC) requested not to send back home refugees from the border.

The National Human Rights Commission of Thailand has requested that the border refugees who fled from Myanmar to Thailand because of the battles should not be sent back home without security. According to the statement of the National Human Rights Commission of Thailand on August 29, nearly 10,000 people have fled to the Mae Hong Son province on the border with Thailand due to the battles between the Myanmar Military Council and the Karenni Army.


According to the statement, during the recent airstrikes in Kayah State, food delivery routes have been blocked, and the number of refugees is increasing.


NHRC said that those refugees who fled from Karenni State are living in five refugee camps in Mae Hong Son State and need help. They have also requested local authorities and international organizations, including the Thai Red Cross, for more supplies of clothing and tents, and also provide food for refugees. medicine.

The National Human Rights Commission of Thailand also urges the Thai authorities to provide more humanitarian aid to refugees and to create safe and secure places for refugees to take refuge along the Thai Myanmar border.


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