Four Chinese nationals have been found to have illegally entered Vietnam while they were walking in central city of Da Nang on Wednesday.
Over last 6 months, the country records 199 cases with 1,343 illegal Chinese immigrants from 39 localities nationwide. The Ministry of Public Security prosecuted 49 cases with 141 defendants.
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Four Chinese men found to have illegally entered Vietnam while in Da Nang, they were also taken to a quarantine centre in Lien Chieu District, local authorities said on Thursday.
They admitted that they entered Vietnam illegally through border areas in the northern region of Vietnam and were on the way to the South to work for another Chinese person. The case is under investigation.
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39 localities nationwide have reported 199 cases with 1,343 illegal Chinese immigrants. Vietnam’s Ministry of Public Security prosecuted 49 cases with 141 defendants, according to a report by Vietnam News Agency.
As Vietnam shares a long border with neighboring countries, it is easy to cross the land border, he said, adding that through the general examination campaign, localities will report to the ministry major methods of brokering illegal entry into Vietnam, thus put forth effective prevention and combat measures.
- HCM City detects 40 illegal immigrants from China
- An Giang detects 34 foreigners who entered Vietnam illegally
- Over 1,300 Chinese people illegally enter Vietnam since early 2021
- Vietnam detects another 39 Chinese nationals illegally enter the country
- 24 Chinese nationals quarantined after illegally entering Danang
- Two women arrested for smuggling Chinese nationals into Vietnam
- Ninh Thuan deports 10 Chinese who entered Vietnam illegally
- Ho Chi Minh City deports 59 foreigners who illegally entered Vietnam
- Vietnam deports three Chinese border jumpers