Vietnamese workers in Uzbekistan to be brought home soon
|TIN LIÊN QUAN|
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The Vietnamese Ministry of Foreign Affairs held a working session on July 24 with relevant ministries, agencies and the company that sent Vietnamese workers to Uzbekistan to discuss measures to support and bring the stranded labourers home as soon as possible.
Earlier, the Vietnamese Embassy in Russia received a letter by representatives of 226 Vietnamese employees who are working for China Petroleum Jili Chemical Engineering and Construction Co.,Ltd (JCC) in Karshi city, Uzbekistan.
In the letter, the workers said they are facing difficulties in daily activities, working and prevention and control of novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), and called for help from the embassy to soon return home.
After learning about the information, the Consular Department under the foreign ministry coordinated with the embassy and the company that sent the workers to Uzbekistan to clarify the case.
In related news, the government-run news site reported on Friday Vietnam Airlines is scheduled to send an aircraft to evacuate 219 Vietnamese guest workers, including 120 who are positive with COVID-19, from Equatorial Guinea on July 29.
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