BANGKOK, July 2 (TNA) - Deputy Prime Minister and also  Defence Minister  Gen Prawit Wongsuwan on Thursday presented a six-year...

Gen Prawit Presents 6-Year National Security Policy

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BANGKOK, July 2 (TNA) - Deputy Prime Minister and also  Defence Minister  Gen Prawit Wongsuwan on Thursday presented a six-year national security policy,  starting this year, urging activists  to stop creating unrest and give the current government in implementing  its roadmap, and the country has a constitution which would lead to a general election and a sustainable reform.
 
Attending the meeting were leaders of the three armed forces, national police  and national security council chiefs, and  concerned government agencies, Gen. Prawit  told  them  that the roadmap would take  the government more than a year  to complete. 
 
Gen Prawit said the government is  taking responsibility  in  solving problems  every issue, especially  cruxes involving  foreign affairs, illegal fishing  and human trafficking  in which the  government is moving  forward  to resolve the problems. 
 
Regarding bloody violence in the deep southern provinces, Gen. Prawit said  the degree of violence in  the region  has declined more than  half, probably due to a better understanding made by officials with the native people. 
 
Security officials must realise four major factors  which include  domestic and outside the country dimensions so that they could map out  appropriate operational plans, said Gen. Prawit, adding that  when the country becomes more secured, there would be several forms of cooperation  in trade, investment, military  and tourism. 
 
The Deputy Premier urged the participants to prepare security plans at  every level so that  they could strengthen the society  while people are educated, jobs , income  and security in life and property.\
 
People should create good neighborliness  with Thailand’s neighbours including members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations  and international organisations by upholding  the country’s benefits, Gen. Prawit added. (TNA)