After an 11-hour flight, an aircraft carrying 287 Vietnamese citizens in Ukraine landed in NoiBai Airport in Hanoi on March 8 amid joy and happinessfrom the returnees and those who met them at the airport.
A Vietnam Airlines flight carrying 287 Vietnamese people leaving Ukraine arrived at Hanoi’s Noi Bai International Airport at noon on March 8.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Bui Thanh Son talked over the phone with his Romanian counterpart Bogdan Aurescu on March 7, asking for continued support for the Vietnamese people and their families evacuating from Ukraine.
Vietnamese Foreign Minister Bui Thanh Son suggested Poland provide shelters for nearly 1,000 Vietnamese are on way to Poland from Ukraine.
Vietnamese representative agencies in Ukraine and neighbouring countries have received about 3,500 Vietnamese people who fled from war areas in Ukraine.
About 800 Vietnamese people have been safely evacuated to Romania from Ukraine as of March 6 morning, according to incomplete data.
Two flights repatriating Vietnamese people form Ukraine will depart from Romania and Poland this week.
The Government has approved the policy to arrange flights to bring Vietnamese people from Ukraine home.
The spirit of solidarity, mutual love and mutual affection of Vietnamese compatriots in Ukraine and other countries shows precious Vietnamese traditions.
About 460 Vietnamese citizens in Ukraine have been evacuated to neighbouring countries in the face of the complicated situation there, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Amid complicated developments of the pandemic in the world, Vietnam has decided to temporarily suspend and restrict the entry of foreigners and overseas Vietnamese to focus on implementing pandemic prevention and control measures in the country.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and other representative agencies of Vietnam in India are working closely with competent agencies and airlines in Vietnam to prepare plans to support Vietnamese citizens
There will be temporarily no commercial flights to bring home overseas Vietnamese who voluntarily pay for quarantine fees, foreign ministry spokesperson Le Thi Thu Hang said on December 3.
Eleven Vietnamese citizens working in Moscow, Russia have volunteered to join a Sputnik V vaccine programme to prevent the COVID-19 pandemic.
The policy of putting people at the highest position, ensuring safety for all Vietnamese citizens returning from the epidemic zone, has helped people believe and understand that "the fatherland never abandons us".
A special flight carrying 219 Vietnamese laborers in Equatorial Guinea, 140 of whom infected with coronavirus landed at Noi Bai International Airport on July 29.