Thanh Hoa police stop illegal workers crossing into China

Created 11 February 2019
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VietNamNet Bridge – Police in central province of Thanh Hoa on Sunday announced they had successfully stopped a group of 11 men from illegally crossing the border to work in China.
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Police in central province of Thanh Hoa on Sunday announced they had successfully stopped a group of 11 men from illegally crossing the border to work in China.— VNA/VNS Photo


On Friday evening, after receiving reports from local residents in Quang Nam Commune, Quang Xuong District, the police stopped the men group who were heading to catch a coach to Mong Cai City in Quang Ninh Province to enter China.

Seven of the 11 men had reportedly been illegally working in China. They had returned to their hometown in Thanh Hoa Province for Tet and asked other locals there to join them in China.

According to Thanh Hoa Police, they are reviewing a list of local people who are working overseas to prevent illegal border-crossings. 


Source: Source: VNS - Bridge

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