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September 20, 2017
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The Australian Embassy Bangkok participated in Clean Up the World 2017

Source: Australia in Thailand 

Australian Ambassador to Thailand HE Mr Paul Robilliard delivered remarks at the Clean Up Bangkok River event at Asiatique on Saturday 16 September. This year, the clean-up was held on Friday and Saturday as part of an initiative global campaign “Clean Up the World”.

On Friday, 15 September, the Australian Embassy joined university and school students, and communities living around Bangkok’s famous Chao Phraya River, to collect rubbish and clean the streets from the Shangri-La Hotel to the Sathorn Bridge and raise awareness of the need to preserve Bangkok’s natural environment.

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