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Vietnamese citizens in Philippines move to safer cities

Update: November, 18/2013 - 09:50

As many as 48 Vietnamese people in the Philippines were moved from Ormoc City, one of the Philippine localities hit hardest by super typhoon Haiyan, to the cities of Cebu and Bohol.— Photo vnexpress

HA NOI (VNS) — As many as 48 Vietnamese people in the Philippines were moved from Ormoc City, one of the Philippine localities hit hardest by super typhoon Haiyan, to the cities of Cebu and Bohol.

More than ten people arrived in Cebu safely on the Friday night thanks to the assistance of a working group from the Vietnamese Embassy. Several others who were stranded in Tacloban City will go to Manila and return from there to Viet Nam.

The list of the Vietnamese citizens has been posted on the Vietnamese Foreign Ministry's portal on consular affairs (http://lanhsuvietnam.gov.vn).

Two hotlines, 00639982756666 and 00639286727829, have been set up to handle any related issues. — VNS

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