Thailand and Myanmar agree to extradite people who committed serious crimes Thailand and Myanmar agree to extradite people who committed serious crimes

Thailand and Myanmar agree to extradite people who committed serious crimes

Thailand and Myanmar agree to extradite people who committed serious crimes

Thailand's police chief told RFA that an agreement was recently signed between Thai and Myanmar police forces to exchange suspects for committing serious crimes.

Deputy General Ni Lin Aung, who is the Minister of the Interior of the Military Council and the Chief of Police, Bangkok. Thai Police Chief Lieutenant General Itthipol Achariyapradit said the agreement was signed during a visit to the Thai police headquarters last week.

This agreement is murder, Only for serious cases like drug smuggling and human trafficking. When citizens of Myanmar and Thailand commit such crimes and flee across the border, the police of both countries work together to arrest and arrest them. He said he would take action.

When asked by RFA whether Myanmar nationals fleeing to Thailand to avoid being called up for military training under the military service law of the Military Council will be arrested and sent back under this agreement. He said that the Myanmar authorities have not spoken about this issue yet.

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