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Thailand Calls for Release of Hostages


Thailand Upholds Call for Release of Hostages Held in Gaza

Deputy Government Spokesperson Radklao Inthawong Suwankiri reaffirmed Thailand’s stance on the urgent need for the release of hostages detained in Gaza. This follows the Cabinet’s approval in April of a joint statement demanding the release of all remaining hostages, who have now been held for 200 days.

The statement also advocates for additional humanitarian aid to Gaza and supports ongoing mediation efforts aimed at repatriating citizens and achieving peace and stability in the region. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand issued the statement on April 25th, alongside other supporting countries.

The joint statement was updated to clarify its status as a leader-level declaration and to include three additional supporting countries—Brazil, Colombia, and Portugal—bringing the total to 18 nations. Additional language was incorporated to reflect the prolonged detention of hostages and international concerns for civilian safety in the area. These revisions did not alter the fundamental principles previously approved by the Cabinet.

The Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs emphasized that Thailand, along with leaders from 17 other countries, prioritizes the safe release of hostages in Gaza, particularly Thai citizens.

The government is committed to taking all necessary actions, including collaborating with friendly nations, to ensure the prompt release of hostages. The Ministry will continue to closely monitor the situation.

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