Thai national team training Before the duel with Iraqi players this evening (Sept. 10), the King’s Cup football battle.

Mano Polking, the manager of the Thai national team, led all 23 players to practice before facing Iraqi players this evening (10 Sep.) in the King’s Cup football match. final round

The movement of the Thai national football team, the big set Preparing for the final match Football for the 49th King’s Cup at the Chiang Mai 700th Anniversary Stadium, Chiang Mai Province, with Iraq this evening (10 Sept.)

Yesterday Mano Polking brought all 23 players to practice at the Prince Royal’s College grounds. Which is open for football fans to watch the training as before and allow the media to capture 15 minutes of training footage so that the team can come up with team system tactics.

Mano Polking, the manager of the Thai national team, revealed that the meeting with Iraq was considered a difficult task. But I have already studied Iraq’s playing data. Iraq has players who play in the Thai League. and has previously played football in the Thai League, including Rebin Zulaka, a defender who used to play with Buriram United, although in this game Iraq will not have Zidane Iqbal, an attacker, a former student of the Manchester United team who received a red card in the game defeating India. It shouldn’t have any effect on the team. Because Iraq has many diverse and strong players, however, they must concentrate on this game and aim to lead the Thai team to win the championship.

As for “Aum” Teerathorn Bunmathan, captain of the Thai national team, and Sarach Yooyen, midfielder for the Thai national team, they admire Nicholas Mickelson, a half-Thai, half-Norwegian running back. who plays with OB Odense in the Danish Super League. that he is the best right-back of the Thai team in many years after Suree Sukha. As for this game, he is fully prepared. Everyone hopes to win the championship.

While “Bubble” Yingrak Raksuwan, Thai football columnist And the host of the Thai football stadium program on FM 99 MCOT radio has analyzed that this game is not an easy task for the Thai national team.

Dr. Kriang Thitijamroenphon, Director of the Prince Royal’s College, revealed that he was glad that the Thai national team chose to use the field at the school. Help inspire the students who come to follow the training of the Thai national team for a week. This stadium, the school used a budget of over 30 million baht to build and maintain. India will also request to use the stadium for training four days after the King’s Cup.

For today’s program, the 3rd place match will be at 5:30 p.m., India meets Lebanon. The final match will kick off at 8:30 p.m., Thailand meets Iraq. – Thai News Agency

Source: Thai News Agency

Hospital ships to provide equal healthcare: Health Minister

Jakarta (ANTARA) – Health Minister Budi Gunadi Sadikin has said that his ministry wants to provide equal and the best possible access to healthcare for all Indonesians, including those in remote areas, by operating hospital ships.He made the remarks in a statement on Sunday regarding his review of the Ksatria Airlangga Floating Hospital (RSTKA), a hospital ship operated to increase access to health services in remote areas at Labuan Bajo, West Manggarai, East Nusa Tenggara (NTT). He said that one of the efforts to achieve the goal is through the issuance of a regulation that provides legal protection for organizers, medical personnel and health workers in the operation of hospital ships. This regulation also provides a legal basis so that the ships’ operations to be covered by the national health insurer BPJS Kesehatan. Sadikin noted that the ships help provide health services to people who live in the remote areas. “Moreover, the regulation will accommodate the government’s programs to support health services at the hospital ships,” he added. He expressed hope that the hospital ships will continue to provide equal access to quality healthcare to the people. Meanwhile, RSTKA Managing Director, Agus Harianto, said that the regulation on hospital ships is expected to inspire other institutions to participate in developing health services on ships. “Hopefully, what we are doing can be an example for other institutions to participate in building hospital ships and providing services on more than 17,000 islands in Indonesia,” he remarked. Since its first operation in 2013, RSTKA has provided many services, including 1,237 stunting screening services, congenital heart disease screening for 378 patients, and antenatal care (ANC) and ultrasound services for 998 patients. The ship has also provided otorhinolaryngology surgeries to 1,221 patients, neurology surgeries to 661 patients, dermatovenereology surgeries to 467 patients, cataract surgeries to 213 patients, and pterygium surgeries to 96 patients. Other specialized services include internal medicine care, medical rehabilitation, surgical services, provision of hearing aids, and circumcision services. Besides RSTKA, other floating hospitals are serving in remote areas, including the doctorSHARE Floating Hospital and the Navy Floating Hospital. Several health services are provided on board, including general services, maternal and infant mortality reduction services, maternal and child health services, ultrasound procedures, and early detection operations through screening for congenital heart disease, stunting screening, and various training for health workers in remote areas.

Source: Antara News Agency

East Java forest fires: BNPB to deploy more water bombers

Probolinggo, East Java (ANTARA) – East Java Governor Khofifah Indar Parawansa said that the National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB) will deploy more helicopters for water bombing to extinguish forest and land fires in the province.In a statement released on Sunday, she said that she monitored forest and land fires from a helicopter in Mount Arjuna and Mount Welirang, and found smoke over Curah Kluntung in Batu City. Parawansa then continued monitoring the Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park (TNBTS) and also found a burning fire in the Watangan Valley. The fire was ignited by a spark from a flare used by a visitor during a pre-wedding photo session on September 6, she said. “The fire at the Watangan Valley will continue to be extinguished until it is completely gone,” she said. Based on data from the East Java Regional Disaster Management Agency (BPBD), the burned land in the TNBTS area until Friday has reached 274.71 hectares with no casualties. In addition to water bombings, the efforts to extinguish the fire are also carried out by a group of 50 people who use gepyok, a traditional fire extinguisher in the form of a broom stick made from bamboo or wood.

Source: Antara News Agency

Jokowi asks France’s support for Indonesia’s OECD bid

Jakarta (ANTARA) – President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) asked France’s support for Indonesia’s application to become a member of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) during a bilateral meeting with President Emmanuel Macron in India on Saturday.In a statement released on Sunday, Jokowi noted that becoming a member of the OECD is Indonesia’s effort to become a developed country. “We have carried out various economic reforms in line with OECD requirements,” he said. In this regard, he asked Macron to share his experiences of working as an OECD member and how to optimize the benefits of membership. During the meeting, which was held on the sidelines of the G20 Summit,Jokowi also expressed appreciation for France’s investment in Indonesia’s strategic sectors. “I am grateful to the French Ambassador to Indonesia for bringing prospective French investors to the new capital city of Nusantara (IKN), which has resulted in four letters of intent (LOIs) to support the development of IKN,” he stated. He also asked France to materialize its commitment to energy transition project in Indonesia, including through the Just Energy Transition Partnership (JETP) scheme. t Saturday’s meeting, Jokowi also said that France has shown flexibility in its position against the blasphemy of religious symbols and the holy book in the concept of the G20 declaration. He noted that the issue is a very important issue for Indonesians and underlined that the blasphemy acts hurt Muslims’ feelings and cannot be accepted.

Source: Antara News Agency

Jokowi asks Dutch govt to support low-carbon tech, EUDR abolition

Jakarta (ANTARA) – Indonesian President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) has asked the Dutch government to support the development of low-carbon technology in Indonesia and to push for the abolition of the European Union Deforestation Regulation (EUDR).He conveyed this during a bilateral meeting with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte on the sidelines of the G20 Summit in New Delhi, India, on Saturday, according to a statement released by the Presidential Secretariat Press Bureau on Sunday. “I hope that the Netherlands can support the development of low-carbon technology and the conversion of steam power plants to renewable energy as a follow-up to the JETP cooperation, and encourage the abolition of EUDR so it does not discriminate against Indonesia’s main commodities,” he said. The Just Energy Transition Partnership (JETP) is a cooperation between Indonesia and a group of international partners, led by the United States and Japan, aimed to accelerate energy transition in Indonesia. Jokowi also asked Rutte to support Indonesia’s application to become a member of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).

Source: Antara News Agency

RI, M’sia, Philippines ink MoU on finding solutions for statelessness

Jakarta (ANTARA) – The national human rights commissions of Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines have signed an extension to a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on finding solutions for stateless people.”The signing of this cooperation shows the efforts that have been made by the three national human rights institutions (NHRIs) in recent years to raise awareness about the fact that there are many stateless people in the Southeast Asian region,” Chair of the National Commission on Human Rights (Komnas HAM)Atnike Nova Sigiro said here on Saturday. The cooperation, which was signed by Komnas HAM, the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (SUHAKAM), and the Commission on Human Rights of the Philippines (CHRP), refers to the defense, security, law enforcement, and human rights mechanisms agreed upon at the 43rd ASEAN Summit. SEAN member states have been encouraged to monitor the condition of stateless people in order to protect their human rights through inclusive dialogue and the consistent application of international law and regional agreements. The mechanism is expected to change the perspective of competition into cooperation. That way, all ASEAN entities can strengthen regional cooperation on border management, cross-border legal assistance, and information exchange. The scope of cooperation between Komnas HAM, SUHAKAM, and CHRP covers efforts to handle stateless people through a collaborative pattern. s a follow-up, the three human rights institutions have carried out discussions on the draft action plan. The cooperation, which was initiated on July 23, 2019, stemmed from the long history of migrant problems in the Southeast Asian region. Stateless people have difficulty accessing basic rights, such as education, healthcare, employment, and freedom of mobility. This hinders the fulfillment of their human rights and the performance of NHRIs in each country. Furthermore, as part of the Southeast Asia National Human Rights Institution Forum (SEANF), Komnas HAM is also paying attention to issues of nationality, citizenship, migration, and cross-border cooperation with other NHRIs.

Source: Antara News Agency