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PM Prayut hands over donation to Japan following deadly floods

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PM hands over donation to Japan following deadly floods

By The Nation

 

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Prime Minister Prayut Cha-o-cha hands Bt 5 million donation to Japanese Ambassador to Thailand Shiro Sadoshima.

 

Thailand has donated Bt5 million to Japan for disaster relief after the devastating floods in the western part of Japan that claimed more than 200 lives earlier this month.
 

Prime Minister Prayut Cha-o-cha handed over the donation to the Japanese ambassador to Thailand, Shiro Sadoshima, at Government House on Monday as a show of support and sympathy from the Thai government.

 

Devastating floods and landslides have struck the western part of Japan since July 5 following prolonged torrential rain. 

 

The death toll reached 210, with 22 still unaccounted for, including 4,800 who are still staying at evacuation shelters in 14 prefectures. 

 

About 162,000 households are still getting by without running water.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/politics/30350180

 
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Five million BAHT (not pounds or dollars) is an insult. Better to give nothing than give this derisory amount - in view of Prawit's watches (as Cornishcarlos points out) and the millions and millions of baht that they are wasting on 'Thai Niyom' and the millions and millions of baht that this regime presides over, oh so responsibly and honestly ...

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