Winthai Suvaree

BANGKOK, June 28 -- The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) is determined to solve lingering labour problems in Thailand and will explain to the US government about the issue, reporting it would lay out guidelines to migrant workers and enforce the law, according...
CHIANG MAI, Mar 3 – The Thai army today lodged complaints at two police stations in this northern province against a leader of a pro-government group on charges of separatism.
BANGKOK, March 3 –The Third Army Region Command was assigned to take legal action against a Red Shirt activist group in the North for instigating a political movement to separate Thailand, according to an army spokesman.
BANGKOK, 25 February 2014 Army Commander-in-Chief Gen Prayuth Chan-ocha has ordered officials to beef up security at important locations while indicating that certain groups are intent on provoking divisiveness in the country. 
BANGKOK, 12 January 2014  The police will carry no weapons during the planned mass rally on Monday, while members of the public have been asked not to join the People's Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) protests. 
BANGKOK, 10 Jan 2014  The Army is urging all sides not to make negative assumptions or jump to any conclusions, saying it does not want to see violence take place on or after January 13th. 

‘Prayuth’ to return to Royal Thai Army HQ

Tuesday, 17 December 2013 17:51
BANGKOK, 17 December 2013 Army Chief Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha is returning to the Royal Thai Army Headquarters on Ratchadamnoen Avenue as protest tensions have eased. 
BANGKOK, 13 December 2013 Deputy Army spokesman Col. Winthai Suvaree disclosed that Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha had expressed his thanks to retired Army general, Gen. Boonlert Kaewprasert, who led the anti-government group called Pitak Siam, for his concerns about the current political situation. 
BANGKOK, 3 December 2013 Army Chief Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha has warned the public to stay indoors during the nighttime as current protests might have tendency to become violent. 
BANGKOK, Aug 7 – A senior army officer has called on the public not to abruptly jump to conclusions in the case of six people killed at Wat Pathum Wanaram during the 2010 political upheaval in Bangkok.