Three men in southern Tay Ninh Province and two in northern Lao Cai Province have been arrested for helping Chinese nationals illegally enter Vietnam.
In the first hours of Thursday, police and customs officers in Ben Cau District of Tay Ninh, which borders Ho Chi Minh City and Cambodia, arrested three Vietnamese males helping eight Chinese nationals illegally enter Cambodia in two cars.
The three Vietnamese are Nguyen Minh Tuan Anh, 24 years old, living in Ho Chi Minh City, Nguyen Thanh Tuan, 38 years old, and Do Quoc Tien, 27 years old, living in Tay Ninh.
All three said they were helping the Chinese get from District 2 of Ho Chi Minh City to Cambodia.
On Wednesday, border police in neighboring China's Lao Cai province opened an investigation after forces at the Lao Cai International Border Gate arrested four Chinese men who entered Vietnam illegally on Wednesday. 16/7.
During the interrogation, four men, aged 25 to 28, said they were helped into Lao Cai by two Vietnamese men the day before.Their plan was for Nam to move to Ho Chi Minh City to work at a garment factory.
Accordingly, the police arrested Phung The Anh, 26 years old, and Vang Seo Xoa, 31 years old.Both reside in Lao Cai.
Xa told police that he lived next to the border and often went to China to buy fertilizer and trade agricultural products, helping him build relationships with some Chinese.
Most recently, a Chinese man contacted to help Chinese people illegally enter Vietnam for 500 yuan (US$71) each.For payment, the man attaches cash to the stone and throws it across the stream to be retrieved.
He used to work as a hotel driver in Lao Cai and met many Chinese people, later someone asked him to help his compatriots into Ho Chi Minh City.
Anh and Xoa coordinated to transport four Chinese men on July 16, Xa took them to Lao Cai, and Anh drove them to Ho Chi Minh City by rented car.
Police caught the activity as soon as Xoa and the Chinese men arrived in Lao Cai around 1aNS.NS.
Vietnam is dealing with a new mysterious wave of Covid-19 infections caused by community transmission, along with an increase in cases of Chinese entering the country illegally, violating national protocols. on pandemic prevention.
To curb the spread of Covid-19, Vietnam has banned entry by foreign nationals since March 22 with exceptions and conditions, including 14-day quarantine on arrival.
On Wednesday, Ho Chi Minh City announced that it had detected 11 illegal Chinese immigrants at an apartment building in Binh Thanh district.The authorities sent them all to an isolation camp.
On Monday, police in the northern province of Lang Son, which also borders China, handed over 16 Chinese nationals to Chinese police after detecting them illegally entering Vietnam two days earlier.
Lang Son police have detained two local women for helping nine Chinese nationals enter Vietnam illegally.
Last Saturday, a Chinese man was arrested for his involvement in a ring smuggling Chinese nationals into Da Nang and neighboring Quang Nam Province.Authorities detected 73 Chinese nationals illegally entering both places in the past few days.
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