Solving informal debt is a national agenda.

Government House, The Prime Minister joins in the discussion with "Mount of the Ministry of Interior - Royal Thai Armed Forces - Finance Ministry" to solve the problem of informal debt. Announced as a national agenda Prepare a big press conference at the end of this month. He said that paying interest in excess of the principal is something that should not happen.

Mr. Settha Thavisin, Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Chaired a meeting to discuss government matters to solve the problem of informal debt. at the Purple Room, Thai Khu Fa Building, Government House, with Mr. Anutin Charnvirakul, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Pol. Gen. Torsak Sukwimon, Commissioner of the Royal Thai Police Pol. Gen. Kittirat Panpetch, Deputy Commissioner of the Royal Thai Police, Pol. Gen. Thana Chuwong, Deputy Commissioner of the Royal Thai Police. Pol. Lt. Gen. Akradet Pimonsri, Assistant Commissioner of the Royal Thai Police, joined the discussion.

After the meeting, the Prime Minister revealed that the matter was about solving the debt problem of the people. We talked with the Royal Thai Police and the Ministry of Interior. Around the end of this month there will be a big announcement. Concerning the public debt problem related to informal debt.

Reporters reported that the Prime Minister tweeted via x that "Responsibility for managing informal debt issues of the Royal Thai Police Ministry of Interior and the Ministry of Finance It is very important. Every party must find a way to solve the problem. Because it is a problem that affects the lives and livelihoods of the people. which I intend to be a national agenda Because sometimes interest is charged that is higher than the law. and the debtor must bear the debt That exceeds the principal by a large amount is something that should not happen. I have instructed those involved to proactively find ways to resolve retail debt. In order to solve the problem of debt at the source for the people."

Source: Thai News Agency

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