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The Russian Foreign Ministry advised Russians not to travel to Bangkok

The Russian Foreign Ministry recommended that Russians who gathered in Thailand not visit the city of Bangkok and immediately go to resort areas. This was reported on the website of the Ministry.

As explained in the Foreign Ministry, this is due to the introduction of martial law in Thailand on 20 in May. Russians in this country are advised to be careful, avoid places of mass gathering of demonstrators and comply with all requirements of law enforcement officials.

At the same time, the ministry added that the situation in the main tourist centers - Pattaya, Phuket, Samui, Chang and Hua Hin - remains calm.

Recall 20 May, the Thai army announced the introduction of martial law in the country. The appeal of the command clarifies that this is not about a military coup or the removal of the government, but only about the transfer of large powers to the army. It is reported that a curfew has been introduced in order to restore peace and order to people in the conditions of an acute political crisis.

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