Foreign people who are victims of human trafficking in Vietnam will receive support from the State Budget for their basic needs and traveling costs to return to their hometown, a new decree says.

The victims will also receive medical care free of charge for 60 days under the decree, which provides concrete guidance on the implementation of last year’s law on human trafficking prevention.

Additionally, Vietnamese victims belonging to poor and near-poor families will be exempt from vocational training fees if they wish to take vocational courses when they return home./.VNA