On September 28, 2022, at 08.00 hours, the Permanent Secretary of Labour, Mr. Boonchob Suttamanaswong, assigned the Deputy Permanent Secretary of Labour, Ms. Bubpha Rueangsud, to preside over a ceremony to respect the flag and sing the Thai national anthem, on the occasion of the Thai National Flag Day of 2022. Executives under the Ministry of Labour participated in the activity at the flagpole area in front of the Smart Job Center building, Ministry of Labour.
The Thai flag is considered the highest symbol of the nation. The Thai flag had many forms until the reign of King Rama VI, who enacted the new Flag Act B.E. 2460. The King defined the meaning of the colour of the flag, where red represents the nation, white represents the people, and blue represents the monarch. The Thai flag is considered the highest symbol of the nation. It is a reminder for young people to remember the sacrifice of their ancestors, preserve the land and connect the nation as one, forge love and unity, and promote pride in the nation resulting in great power in Thailand’s development.
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