Peace deal with BRN for deep South pleases Thai PM

BANGKOK (The Nation/Asia News Network): The Thai delegation successfully negotiated a peace deal with Barisan Revolusi Nasional (BRN) for the deep South and Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha is very pleased with the outcome, deputy government spokesperson Ratchada Dhnadirek said on Friday (Jan 14).

A delegation led by General Wanlop Rugsanoh held talks with the BRN group led by Anas Abdulrahman in Kuala Lumpur on Jan 11 and 12.

Ratchada said both parties agreed to adhere to three guidelines, including preventing violence, listening to residents in the area and seeking solutions in future talks.

“The PM also thanked several sectors for making the talks possible amid the ongoing Covid-19 crisis,” she said.

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