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Gen. Adul cooperated with 2 neighbors, organized a queue to confidently prove foreign nationality as scheduled

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          H.E. Police General Adul Sangsingkeo, Minister of Labor welcomed H.E.U Myo Myint Than, Ambassador of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar and H.E.Mr.Long Visalo, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Cambodia to Thailand on the occasion of paying a visit to the Ministry of Labor, urgent issue on organizing nationality verification It has been discussed with Myanmar to collaborate to streamline the system by adding staff to support the workload. Including the problem solving barrister. In Cambodia, there are about 500,000 workers. Of these, about 100,000 are passports. The rest are trying to make the system faster. By reviewing practices and empowering staff to work together. Both countries have strong cooperation to complete the process by March 31, 2018.

          The Labor Minister said that there was no systematic host. From today’s discussions, the Department of Employment recruited to host every center to integrate work between the Government of Myanmar, the Cambodian side, and the Thai side which has the Ministry of Public Health, Immigration Police Bureau and Ministry of Labor. The case of the queue system is still not flexible. Gen. Adul do not want to have a fixed line system. Officials in the Ministry of Labor will arrange a queue for quick work, which has ordered the results of today’s discussions to be finalized to allow for immediate action.

          The Cambodian authorities have issued 100,000 passports to Cambodian foreign nationals. The remaining 400,000 copies will be issued by the authorities to complete the distribution. In the case of a multi-stage Passport and a high cost. The Cambodian authorities will find the appropriate way to adjust the procedures and costs to be in better shape. Gen. Adul added that next week, Cambodia will visit the Center for the issuance of the Cambodian Certificate of Citizenship in Bangkok at Imperial World Ladprao to encourage staff and work more effectively.