Thai PM says Indonesian government promises to manage air pollution from forest fires

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Thai PM Prayut Chan-o-cha says he’s acquired assurances from a consultant of the Indonesian authorities that it’ll do more about the devastating air air pollution arising from forest fires in Sumatra and Kalimantan.
Hurry reports that though the PM wouldn’t reveal the title of the consultant, he did say it was a authorities vice-president and Indonesia only has one vice-president, which is Jusuf Kalla.
It’s understood General Prayut met with Kalla whereas attending the UN General Assembly in New York just lately.
The PM says he understands that Indonesian authorities are doing every thing possible to cope with the forest fires, including that residents in Thailand’s south, the place many areas have been affected by smog, should hold themselves protected from air air pollution..

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