SOT, Journalist: «Is there a scenario in which they will be taken away this weekend?» SOT, Narongsak Osatanakon, Governor of Chiang Rai: «We have to test the plan, but we set up some plan, and we have to test.» SOT, Narongsak Osatanakon, Governor of Chiang Rai: «They are learning to dive. They learn to breathe and dive. They already learn.» SOT, Journalist: «Are they good to go?» SOT... Еще, Narongsak Osatanakon, Governor of Chiang Rai: «I don't answer for them, but they learn, and they are trying to breathe.» SOT, Narongsak Osatanakon, Governor of Chiang Rai: «But the UK diver just said that their health is ok. They just came out at nine o'clock.» Governor of Chiang Rai Narongsak Osatanakon spoke to the press about the current situation with the boys soccer team still trapped in a cave in northern Thailand on Friday. «We try to set a plan. We try to set a plan that, the best plan, with [which] we can bring them out, and the risk is minimum,» Osatanakon said. Osatanakon also confirmed that «they are learning to dive» in order to escape the cave, «because we afraid of the weather and the oxygen in the cave.» While it was initially assumed that the children could remain in the Tham Luang Nang Non cave for a longer period of time, rescue operations are being intensified in order to save their lives before oxygen runs out. The team of 12 boys and their 25-year-old coach entered the cave as part of an excursion but became trapped after a sudden, continuous downpour of rain flooded the complex. They were found alive after a 10-day operation carried out by Thai forces and international rescue teams.