The Justice Ministry will announce the first batch of 67 Thai nationals listed on the ministry's terrorist blacklist this week.
Anti-Money Laundering Office secretary-general Seehanart Prayoonrat said the agency's committee on financial transactions recently sent a list of 67 Thais suspected of supporting terrorism to the Office of the Attorney-General (OAG). The OAG will send the names to a court for the announcement.
The 67 are among 4,000 Thais thought to be involved in money laundering and financial support for terrorism, he said.
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