Last month was 39 vietnamese found dead in a refrigerated container. Only now is the last arrived to Hanoi.
All the bodies of the 39 people who died in a truck in the uk Essex last month, has arrived in Vietnam.
This is a månedlangt tragic scenario reached to the end, after families of the southeast asian country has been waiting for, that their deceased family members would be returned.
23 equal arrived early on Saturday local time to the airport in Hanoi, according to local authorities. The first 16 arrived on Wednesday.
Here they were received by family members and friends, who held white roses in their hands.
It was the 23. in October, eight women and 31 men were found dead in a refrigerated container in a trailer in Grays in Essex, near London. Nine of them were teenagers.
They have even had to pay to get the victims home. It has, according to official documents from the Vietnam's ministry of foreign affairs claimed the lives of over 19.000 dollars for every corpse.
Authorities announced that they would lay out for the costs, which the families could pay back later.
A northern irish man, who is charged with manslaughter in connection with the case, have acknowledged to have contributed to illegal immigration. He faces a total of 41 different charges.
Two other northern irish is arrested in the case. Ten persons were to be arrested in Vietnam.
the discovery of the bodies in the kølecontainerne has again thrown light on the illegal migration, organised by traffickers, who send the poor people from Asia, Africa and the Middle east, on dangerous journeys to western countries.
/ritzau/ReutersUpdated Date: 30 November 2019, 04:00