Pheu Thai’s Srettha Thavisin arrives at the party headquarters before a royal endorsement ceremony after Thailand’s parliament voted in favour of his prime ministerial candidacy, in Bangkok, Thailand Aug 23, 2023.
PUBLISHED ON November 26, 2023 2:11 AM
BANGKOK — Four Thai nationals were freed in the second round of hostage releases from Gaza, Thailand’s Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin said on social media on Sunday (Nov 26).
“Everybody is safe, on the whole in good mental health and are able to speak normally,” he said on social media platform X of the release late on Saturday.
“They want a shower and to contact their relatives.”
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