Thailand is glad! "Climbing up the Tier 2" Big Wah thanked all parties for their commitment to sustainable human trafficking.

Friday, 29 June 2018

            On June 29, 2018, H.E. Police General Adul Sangsingkeo revealed that the US Department of State published a report on human trafficking (TiP Report) in 2018 on June 28, 2018. At 2:00 am on the 29th of June, 2018, the United States. Thailand's Tier 2 Watch List is a tier 2, which means that the country is not fully compliant with the minimum standards, but has made significant efforts to address the problem. Thailand has been ranked in the last Tier 2 since 2009 or nearly 10 years ago.

            Gen. Adul added that Thailand's higher ranking was a testimony to the international sentiment toward the Thai government's efforts to address the problem of preventing the people from being affected. Victims of trafficking, which will have a positive effect on the stability of the government, such as improved relations with the United States, with the help of the US government. The various increases, has been considered for assistance from international institutions such as the IMF. The International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, as well as non-governmental organizations (NGOs), also contributed to Thai trade. In particular, exports to the United States and its member countries have increased. Good image for Thai exports. It is believed that Thai products are not produced from forced labor or human trafficking and to the economy as a whole.
           "The government, by the Ministry of Labor, would like to thank all relevant stakeholders for their continuous integration, such as the police, the military, the administration, the Ministry of Interior, public health, justice, transport, social development and human security, and agriculture, and many other agencies. It will also continue to strive to eliminate serious human trafficking issues with equal measures to promote and protect the rights of workers of all nationalities without discrimination of nationality Policy drive Intensive labor inspection to protect labor rights Establishment of an effective foreign worker management system. We also have close cooperation with all sectors, including the public, private, civil society, neighboring countries, international organizations, " Gen. Adul said in the end.