Over 340 Vietnamese citizens return from Taiwan (China) hinh anh 1Illustrative image (Source: VNA) 

Hanoi, (VNA) – More than 340 Vietnamese citizens returned to Vietnam from Taiwan (China) on a flight of Vietnam Airlines on May 29.

The flight was arranged by Vietnamese agencies, the Vietnam Economic-Cultural Office in Taipei and Taiwanese agencies to bring Vietnamese citizens who were stuck in Taiwan in especially disadvantaged circumstances back home.

Passengers on the flight included under-18 students, elderly people, pregnant women, people with illnesses, labourers whose working contracts had ended and visitors whose visas had expired.

After the flight landed in Da Nang, all people on the flight were given medical check and put into quarantine in line with regulations.

Implementing the Prime Minister’s instruction, Vietnamese agencies, Vietnamese representative agencies abroad and domestic airlines will continue to conduct flights to bring overseas Vietnamese citizens back to Vietnam, based on the domestic epidemic situation, the wish of the citizens and the capacity of domestic quarantine facilities./.