Some packages contain undervalued and under-declared goods which cause the delay of transmitting the boxes to the recipients, or not transmitted at all.
The two are described by police as persons of interest, and authorities wanted a word with them.
Gilas Pilipinas faces The Netherlands on Thursday, August 20, while Estonia and Iceland on Saturday, August 22.
The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) on Wednesday placed Thailand under the Alert Level 1 (Precautionary Phase) after the bombing incident on August 17.
“The (Philippine) Embassy confirms that one Filipina was injured. She sustained injury to her hearing due to the blast.” – Charles Jose, Foreign Affairs spokesman, PHL Embassy Bangkok.
“The Philippines stands in solidarity with the government and people of Thailand at this trying moment.” – DFA
The ‘backpack man’ is seen seated on a bench very shortly. He is again seen leaving the place immediately without the backpack and with a mobile on his hand.
Thai Foreign Ministry announced on Tuesday that it would waive visa fee for families and relatives of the foreigners who were injured.
Police have released the names of the foreigners being treated at various hospitals in Bangkok.
Nation TV reported that two Chinese and one Filipino are the foreign casualties declared dead at Police Hospital.