Chief San Sarutanont said police will arrest any protesters who show up at the embassy. He said no group of people would be allowed to use Thai soil to conduct political activities against a neighboring country.
He was responding to reports that Burmese dissidents planned to protest the detention of democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
The opposition leader marked one month in detention today, with Burma's military rulers giving no sign of when she will be released, despite a mounting international outcry.
UN special envoy to Burma, Razali Ismail -- the only outsider to have seen Aung San Suu Kyi since she was detained on May 30th -- said when he met her on June 10th that he expected her to be released within two weeks.
However, Burma's generals have only repeated that her detention is temporary and that she would be released as soon as possible.
Information for this report is provided by the Nation, Bangkok post, AFP and Straits Times