MOSCOW, 11 Dec – RIA Novosti. The cave in the North of Thailand, from which he was rescued 12 young men on the football team and their coach, could become the largest tourist attraction of the country, informs television channel ABC News with reference to the Deputy head of the national parks of Thailand Songkla Varposition (Chongklai Woraponsathron).
“Today, in this crisis, I don’t want to talk about work, but I think the people of Thailand are lucky that we have attractive tourist attraction of world level”, — said Varposition, quoted by the TV channel.
As said Deputy head of the national parks in the country, the final decision on this issue will be taken by the Ministry of natural resources and environmental protection.
Twelve teenagers from Thai Junior football team Wild Boars (“boar of the Forest”) and their coach disappeared on June 23. They went into semikilometrovaya the cave Tham Luang and were cut off from access because of flash floods. The search continued for 10 days. Children and their coach were found in the cave alive, but weakened from hunger. The rescue operation lasted three days, on Tuesday last, the teenager and the coach was removed from the cave.