Government addresses debts of workers returning from Israel

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The initiative is led by Deputy Minister of Finance Julapun Amornvivat, who discussed the initiative while on a visit to the northern province of Chiang Mai.

The Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC) is investigating ways to support Thai laborers who have returned from Israel.

The initiative is led by Deputy Minister of Finance Julapun Amornvivat, who discussed the initiative while on a visit to the northern province of Chiang Mai.



According to Deputy Minister Julapun, the BAAC will review the names of those affected to determine what kind of help can be offered. Possibilities include debt deferral and immediate living support.

If affected individuals meet Cabinet-approved criteria, they will be eligible for these measures. In special cases, additional help will be considered. A detailed report is expected in two weeks.



In the event of a death resulting from the mentioned conflicts, debt forgiveness may be considered. At the time of this report, 28 Thais have been killed in the violence that erupted along the Israel-Gaza border on October 7th, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. (NNT)

According to Deputy Minister Julapun, the BAAC will review the names of those affected to determine what kind of help can be offered. Possibilities include debt deferral and immediate living support.






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