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The Philippines appreciates Thailand’s work in managing the work of foreigners and thanks to the excellent care of Filipino workers.

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            On July 11, 2018, at 10.00 am, H.E. Police General Adul Sangsingkeo, Minister of Labor welcomed Mrs. Mary Joa Bernardo – Aragon, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Philippines in Thailand to discusse the revision of the Thai labor law, particularly the Filipino workers, the determination of occupations and professional occupations that prohibit aliens (under Royal Decree BE 2522) and the nature of offenses and penalties related to the work of aliens. (According to the Aliens Management Act, 2560, and the Management of the Work of the Aliens, No. 2, 2018) at the Reception Room of the Minister of Labor, 6th Floor, Ministry of Labor.


            Police General Adul said the Philippine Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Thailand Thanks to the Ministry of Labor of Thailand for the care of 15,679 migrant workers (as of June 2018), the migrant workers are legally working in Thailand and protected under the law and admire the registration and work permit of foreign workers in Thailand, and also offered to negotiate the benefits. In addition, the Ministry of Labor will also coordinate the sending of staff to exchange experiences and work experience in dealing with human trafficking. The Philippines is currently in Tier 1 to apply and address the problem of human trafficking in Thailand to a higher level than before, now Thailand is in Tier 2.