11.03.2024 – 15.03.2024 A Tate Papers

Thaeng Yang Township, Monsot District, Turk Province, which is a border town in Thailand. Chon Buri in Chon Buri province in eastern Thailand. Burmese market in Phuket, Pattaya, Southern Thailand. The Thai special police team against the restaurant vendors. Ministry of Labor and local police; According to the laborers, the labor department cooperated with them to investigate and arrest them casually.

Myanmar shop owners and shop assistants are being investigated to see if they are in compliance with Thai law to Myanmar citizens who are selling Burmese food and consumer goods. Chairman of the Joint Action Committee on Burmese People’s Affairs (JACBA) U Moe Nying said that the Prime Minister of Thailand warned that those who enter illegally due to the mandatory military service law would take effective action.


“There are 40 types of work prohibited by the Thai government. They do not allow migrant workers from Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Laos to work. Among the things that are not allowed are selling goods, opening a beauty salon, and making idols. If you do these things, the fine is 5000 to 50000 baht. In addition, they may be banned from entering Taiwan for two years. I can’t go in, of course. I’ll catch you if you come, On the other hand, the Thai Prime Minister himself said, He said that if many Myanmar youths enter Thailand illegally because of the military service law, they will take strict action. Many Burmese shops that have already arrived in Thailand will be at the Thai border. in custody, In Samut Prakan province in central Thailand, Chon Buri Province in the east.Pattaya City in the Phu Khat Province in the south. Whether the workers have documents and the jobs they are doing are jobs that Thai nationals will do. The Central Special Police, local police The labor department is conducting random inspections, and many of them are fined. The conditions are simultaneous, so those who are already in Thailand and those who will come to Thailand must be more careful,” said U Moe Nying.


Thailand-Myanmar border U Moyeng added that the Turk District Immigration Department had released a report that Thai immigration officials had arrested and prosecuted five Myanmar nationals selling goods illegally near the Myawady-Mae Sot Friendship No. 1 Bridge (on the Mae Sot side).

It is reported that the ceremony to introduce and clarify the strategic plans that MAI will carry out in 2024 and to change the name of its partner airline, AIR KBZ, to Mingala Airlines was held on March 8 at Lotte Hotel in Yangon.

The purpose of the event is to unveil MAI’s ambitious network expansion plan for 2024, and to present better services and cooperation aimed at strengthening Myanmar’s tourism industry.

MAI’s partners, media representatives; A host of guests including travel agents and members of MAI and Mingalar management teams were said to be in attendance.

“Although there are many challenges at present, MAI will further expand our travel network. As for the new flights that will increase the number of MAI’s flights to 21, soon Chiang Mai, Vim Ting, It will start flying to Dhaka and Doha. Mr. Tanes Kumar, MAI’s Acting Chief Executive Officer and Chief Commercial Officer, said, “I believe that the new flights that will be run again will greatly benefit passengers and colleagues.”


After that, MAI Airlines simultaneously revealed that its subsidiary, Air KBZ, has now changed its name to Mingalar Aviation Services (Mingalar). At the event, MAI Airlines announced a co-branding agreement with ATOM and launched a co-branded Tourism SIM during the event. The proposed operation aims to provide passengers with reasonable prices and high-quality phone calls in Myanmar, and the unlimited system and data have been put together. The SIM card can be easily purchased on MAI flights and can also be purchased from MAI’s Passenger Sales Agents.


On March 8, the United Nations Security Council urged Sudan to observe a ceasefire during the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan.

Britain’s proposal, titled “to find a lasting solution to the conflict through dialogue with all parties concerned”, was supported by 14 members of the Security Council, with Russia abstaining.

Since April 15, 2023, Sudan has been fighting between the head of the army, General Abdel Fattah al-Bahan, and the head of the Reserve Forces (RSF), General Mohamed Hamdanda Glo.



Tens of thousands of people died as a result of the fighting, and millions of people were forced to flee their homes.

The text of the proposal, seen by AFP, calls for an immediate ceasefire ahead of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan in Sudan.

The warring parties are also asked to allow humanitarian aid to be provided in border areas and on the front lines.

Sudan’s UN ambassador welcomed the proposal, but questioned how the ceasefire would be implemented if RSF forces continued to attack civilian areas.

At a meeting of the Security Council on March 7, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres urged all relevant parties in Sudan to respect the value of Ramadan and stop hostilities.

“The cessation of hostilities must lead to a cessation of gunfire throughout Sudan. And we have to pave a path towards long-term peace for the people of Sudan,” Guterres said.

In addition, Guterres warned that the humanitarian crisis in Sudan is very large.