Migrant rights take center stage during Suu Kyi's Thailand visit
Myanmar State Counselor Aung Sang Suu Kyi has made her first official visit to Thailand, where she gave a lecture on the importance of peace, and signed an agreement that helps safeguard the rights of migrant workers from Myanmar in Thailand.
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