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What countries have extradition treaties with Thailand?

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2011-08-01 04:00:42
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US has an extradition treaty with Thailand. The treaty was signed at Washington on December 14, 1983. The treaty is mainly relating to extradition.

Please refer the link in sources for the complete treaty. Hope this helps.

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