Interior Ministry plans to build a permanent bridge in Koh Phayam, Ranong Province.

Ministry of Thailand" proposes to Cabinet to open a way to use mangrove forests. Moving forward with construction of a permanent bridge in Koh Phayam, Ranong Province, remaining to wait for comments from relevant agencies, expected to reply soon. MT1 is confident that the project will help maintain public safety in the long term. Support tourism according to government policy Ms. Traisulee Traisanakul, Secretary to the Minister of Interior and Spokesperson of the Ministry of Interior, said that the Ministry of Interior's agencies have now prepared information on requesting exemptions from complying with relevant Cabinet resolutions. To proceed with the construction of a permanent bridge across the canal. Within Koh Phayam, Mueang District, Ranong Province, the latest step has been to send the matter to the Cabinet Secretariat (Cabinet) to listen to the opinions of relevant agencies. It remains to answer the opinions of some related agencies. It is expected that a response will be made soon and the SLC can i nclude it as an agenda for the next Cabinet meeting. 'It is expected that soon the relevant agencies will be able to completely answer the comments back to the SLAC, as this is a matter that the Cabinet has been interested in since the Cabinet traveled to Ranong Province between 22- 23 January and agreed that this matter is urgent and related to the suffering of the people,' Ms. Traisulee said. Ms. Traisulee said that the need to present this matter to the Cabinet meeting was due to a request for the authorities to go and provide assistance to the people living in Koh Phayam, Ranong Province, who are in distress from the Traveling is not convenient because there is no bridge across the canal within the island. Especially students who have to travel to study. Patients who must travel to receive public health services Mr. Anutin Charnvirakul, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, went to the area to inspect the problem in person during the traveling Cabinet meeting in Ranong Province. By visiting t he area at that time There has been discussion and mobilization of all sectors, both public and private, to provide assistance to ensure safety in the first place. Leading to the construction of a temporary bridge for citizens, teachers, and students to use, which can be completed quickly. and the Minister of Interior thanked the private sector There were Thais and foreigners who anonymously donated money for construction. Boat operators supporting the transport of construction materials and equipment People in the area worked together to build the bridge. as well as government agencies that help in coordination Follow up and support the implementation of the criteria for granting construction permission. Ms. Traisulee said that Mr. Anutin is confident that when the permanent bridge construction project in Koh Phayam Able to resume construction after previous construction had to be stopped due to problems with encroachment into the mangrove forest area. It will be able to take care of the safety of the movem ent of people in the area in the long term. as well as supporting tourism according to government policy Because of the bridge built to cross this canal It will connect to the existing road network. The other end of the bridge connects to the Moken village. And there is a junction to connect to Ban Ao Yai beach, another important tourist attraction on the other side of Koh Phayam. Making Koh Phayam, which is an important tourist attraction in Ranong Province, have a complete route linking within the island. Increase the attraction of tourism to come into the area even more. This means that income and the economy in the area will improve as a result Source: Thai News Agency

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Ministry of Thailand" proposes to Cabinet to open a way to use mangrove forests. Moving forward with construction of a permanent bridge in Koh Phayam, Ranong Province, remaining to wait for comments from relevant agencies, expected to reply soon. MT1 is confident that the project will help maintain public safety in the long term. Support tourism according to government policy Ms. Traisulee Traisanakul, Secretary to the Minister of Interior and Spokesperson of the Ministry of Interior, said that the Ministry of Interior's agencies have now prepared information on requesting exemptions from complying with relevant Cabinet resolutions. To proceed with the construction of a permanent bridge across the canal. Within Koh Phayam, Mueang District, Ranong Province, the latest step has been to send the matter to the Cabinet Secretariat (Cabinet) to listen to the opinions of relevant agencies. It remains to answer the opinions of some related agencies. It is expected that a response will be made soon and the SLC can i nclude it as an agenda for the next Cabinet meeting. 'It is expected that soon the relevant agencies will be able to completely answer the comments back to the SLAC, as this is a matter that the Cabinet has been interested in since the Cabinet traveled to Ranong Province between 22- 23 January and agreed that this matter is urgent and related to the suffering of the people,' Ms. Traisulee said. Ms. Traisulee said that the need to present this matter to the Cabinet meeting was due to a request for the authorities to go and provide assistance to the people living in Koh Phayam, Ranong Province, who are in distress from the Traveling is not convenient because there is no bridge across the canal within the island. Especially students who have to travel to study. Patients who must travel to receive public health services Mr. Anutin Charnvirakul, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, went to the area to inspect the problem in person during the traveling Cabinet meeting in Ranong Province. By visiting t he area at that time There has been discussion and mobilization of all sectors, both public and private, to provide assistance to ensure safety in the first place. Leading to the construction of a temporary bridge for citizens, teachers, and students to use, which can be completed quickly. and the Minister of Interior thanked the private sector There were Thais and foreigners who anonymously donated money for construction. Boat operators supporting the transport of construction materials and equipment People in the area worked together to build the bridge. as well as government agencies that help in coordination Follow up and support the implementation of the criteria for granting construction permission. Ms. Traisulee said that Mr. Anutin is confident that when the permanent bridge construction project in Koh Phayam Able to resume construction after previous construction had to be stopped due to problems with encroachment into the mangrove forest area. It will be able to take care of the safety of the movem ent of people in the area in the long term. as well as supporting tourism according to government policy Because of the bridge built to cross this canal It will connect to the existing road network. The other end of the bridge connects to the Moken village. And there is a junction to connect to Ban Ao Yai beach, another important tourist attraction on the other side of Koh Phayam. Making Koh Phayam, which is an important tourist attraction in Ranong Province, have a complete route linking within the island. Increase the attraction of tourism to come into the area even more. This means that income and the economy in the area will improve as a result Source: Thai News Agency

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