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Thai PM says news of Egyptian delegation incident was like being hit by a plane

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Just now, Sharp said:

Night time venues getting a mention is a worrisome comment even after all the safety protocols being advertised 

hey he must believe they also visited a few ladies of the night and had a nightcap..

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1 hour ago, snoop1130 said:

Thai PM says news of Egyptian delegation incident was like being hit by a plane

dont see why; thai people; thai government; what could go wrong ?

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Haha hit my a plane.

 

As if something like this was never expected. Who would have thought!!??

 

Poor government is gobsmacked.

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38 minutes ago, SantiSuk said:

In reports on that other national English national newspaper that we must not quote, there seems to have been a sense coming out of government that the Egyptian embassy and officials were mostly to blame. If so the government should launch some kind of diplomatic reaction and let's see what the Egyptians' side of the story is.

 

No diplomatic reaction - OK then Thai officials must take the heat of Thai people's horror at this screw-up. Gonna get nasty if Rayong ultimately needs to lockdown again.

 

I think there is a term for the circumstances here that resulted in less stringent rules applying to visiting foreign government delegations. The government may have 'done a Cummings'!*

 

 

* Reference to the UK government adviser who, having helped the UK government to hoist rules upon the hoi polloi chose to select a more convenient version of policy for his own interests.

Ignore the first two paras of my post above - from reading a few ThaiV posts it seems clear that the report in that other national newspaper that The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) was deflecting blame towards the Egyptian Embassy on Tuesday has not carried forward to today's 'The Nation' reports (and elsewhere) whereby Prayut seems to be openly accepting the blame on the Thai government. Bully for him - even if it possibly results from some strong diplomatic interventions by the Egytptians overnight!

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