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Seven Vietnamese citizens stranded at Thai airport brought home

The Vietnamese Embassy in Thailand has collaborated with the Consular Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines to bring seven citizens stuck at Suvarnabhumi International Airport in Bangkok on the return flight VN610 taking off at 17:20 on April 9.

Among the returnees, five travelled from Africa, transiting Ethiopia and arriving at Suvarnabhumi airport on March 25 for a flight to Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi in the afternoon. But unfortunately, they missed the flight due to late arrival and there was no other flight to Vietnam.

Seven Vietnamese citizens, stranded at Thai airport, brought home, Vietnamese Embassy in Thailand, Suvarnabhumi International Airport

The seven Vietnamese citizens are brought home thanks to the efforts and close coordination of many domestic and foreign agencies.

The other two were not allowed to enter Cambodia, so they had to return to Suvarnabhumi airport. They were also not permitted to enter Thailand because the country is tightening regulations against Covid-19.

The Vietnamese Embassy in Thailand said these citizens were brought home thanks to the efforts and close coordination of many domestic and foreign agencies in the context that there are no return flights to Vietnam and Thailand had declared a state of emergency.

Defining this as an emergency, the embassy coordinated with Vietnam Airlines to implement all necessary procedures with Vietnamese and Thai authorities to bring the citizens home on a weekly cargo flight of the airline between Hanoi and Bangkok.

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Source: VNA

Seven Vietnamese citizens, stranded at Thai airport, brought home, Vietnamese Embassy in Thailand, Suvarnabhumi International Airport
 
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