Remembrance for Allied Soldiers at the Don-Rak War Cemetery

Don-Rak War Cemetery

Don-Rak War Cemetery

KANCHANABURI – Delegates from England, Australia, New Zealand, and Thailand have attended the World War Remembrance Ceremony for Allied soldiers.

The British Ambassador to Thailand Mark Kent, the Australian Ambassador to Thailand Paul Robilliard, the New Zealand Ambassador to Thailand Tony Lynch, and the governor of Kanchanaburi Wanchai Osudonthip, along with officials and veterans from 4 countries have attended the remembrance ceremony at the Don-Rak War Cemetery in Kanchanaburi province today.

Wreaths have been placed in the ceremony to commemorate those who have sacrificed their lives in the World War.

The remembrance ceremony is held on 11 November every year. This ceremony also is an opportunity for the countries to uphold their good relations.



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