BANGKOK, 4 May 2012 Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra will meet representatives of women’s groups in Kanchanaburi during her visit to the province to chair the 4th mobile Cabinet meeting scheduled for May 21-22.
Governor of Kanchanaburi Chaiwat Limwantha said that on the sideline of the Cabinet meeting, the Prime Minister will visit women’s groups in the province to listen to their problems and will inspect Bann Phu Nam Ron Village which is proposed as a site for permanent border pass.
According to Mr. Chaiwat, the province has proposed to the Cabinet to consider opening two permanent border passes in the province, one at Bann Phu Nam Ron and the other at Dan Phra Chedi Sam Ong (or three-pagoda pass). If approved by the Cabinet, the Governor said the two border passes would lead to grand-scale economic development which will be beneficial both to the province and the nation as a whole.
The provincial Governor expected that the proposal would be endorsed by the Cabinet during its meeting in the province later this month.
(NNT : Supaporn Carusarnpisit)