Strict control over Thai-Myanmar borders to prevent smuggling of cattle

Updated Jun 1, 2023
Department of Livestock Development together with ISOC Strong control along the Thai-Myanmar border to prevent and suppress the smuggling of cattle - buffaloes There are still reports of foot-and-mouth disease outbreaks. Organize patrols together to set up a rigorous interception checkpoint. Emphasis on all relevant departments to work with maximum efficiency. To reduce the risk of the spread of animal epidemics and prevent it from affecting the domestic cattle-buffalo market.
Mr. Somchuan Veterinarian Rattana Mangkhalanon The Director-General of the Department of Livestock Development said that the Department of Livestock Development has coordinated with the Coordination Center 4 of the Internal Security Operations Command (ISOC) to request cooperation in determining measures to prevent and suppress the smuggling of cattle. Buffaloes along the Thai-Myanmar border According to the World Organization for Animal Health (WOAH), an outbreak of Food and Mouth Disease (FMD) has been reported in the Republic of the Union of Myanmar. The Department of Livestock Development issued an announcement to slow down the import of cattle, buffalo, goats and sheep from the Republic of the Union of Myanmar dated March 1, 2023, but found that there were still smuggling cattle-buffaloes. and illegally moving animals in the area along the Thai-Myanmar border As a result, Thailand is at risk of spreading animal epidemics that may be attached to smuggled cattle and buffaloes, ...
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