Thailand’s foreign ministry on Tuesday reassured the international community that the country would increase security at sensitive locations a day after a bomb exploded at a hospital in the capital Bangkok wounding 24 people.
Thailand has been ruled by a junta since a May 2014 coup. The attack on Monday coincided with the third anniversary of the takeover and the army has blamed the incident on groups opposed to military rule.
No group has claimed responsibility for the attack which happened at the military-owned Phramongkutklao Hospital.
“Bombs will have an impact anywhere,” Thailand’s Foreign Minister Don Pramudwinai told reporters on Tuesday.
“Any action at a hospital violates human rights … I would like the foreigners to know that security forces are looking after this,”…
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