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Published On: Tue, Feb 27th, 2018

Thailand denies Gambia’s sex tourism claims

Thailand denies Gambia’s sex tourism claimsThai diplomats in Senegal, whose jurisdiction covers The Gambia, filed a letter expressing “displeasure” at the alleged remark made by Gambia’s tourism minister Hamat Bah (reportedly suggested “tourists looking for sex should go to Thailand”.), which went viral on Thai social media, foreign affairs spokeswoman Makawadee Sumitmor told reporters Monday.

“Thailand has improved a lot in this issue,” Veera told reporters just before he attended a cabinet meeting Tuesday. “After the Ministry of Culture worked on promoting morality, this issue has improved a lot.” Said Culture minister Veera Rojpojchanarat

“If we weren’t hypocrites, everyone would know and understand,” Ad Lump wrote in a thread online. “Many foreigners come to Thailand each year to screw. If you don’t believe me, just find any clip. Type “Thailand nightlife” “sex in Thailand,” “Pattaya

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