"Patcharawat" enters the Royal Thai Army on the first day to pay homage to the sacred things of the ministry. Emphasizes that it will drive the division of investigative powers between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Royal Thai Police, to resolve the problem of arable land in the forest area. Drought and PM2.5 dust
Pol. Gen. Patcharawat Wongsuwan, Deputy Prime Minister and the Minister of Natural Resources and Environment (Minister of Foreign Affairs) entered the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment for the first time. Mr. Jatuporn Burusphat, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment led the senior executives of the ministry. along with executives of agencies under the Ministry welcome and pay homage to Phra Buddha Sayamphu Buddha statue of the Ministry and pay homage to the royal shrine For the good fortune of entering the ministry on the first day before going up to the 20th floor meeting room to meet and greet with the executives of agencies under the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment.
Pol. Gen. Patcharawat said: The urgent matter that must be driven is Division of investigative powers in environmental cases between the Royal Thai Police and the Royal Thai Police, which the law requires to be completed by 2024. In addition, it will take care of the issue of arable land, forest areas of the people, drought. and dust PM 2.5
Minister of Foreign Affairs also said that General Prawit Wongsuwan, the older brother who used to be the deputy prime minister in charge of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Didn't recommend anything in particular, saying that he had to manage it himself because he had done a lot of work. After the government announced its policy to the parliament will come to a meeting with the executives of the ministry again.
Source: Thai News Agency