Talking with reporters on November 21 on the sidelines of the National Assembly’s eighth session, Son said that the advance payment aims to support the victims’ families to repatriate the dead in a safe and prompt manner. Police investigates the lorry in which 39 dead bodies were found in October in Essex. The provinces where the victims were from are tasked to work with the families of the victims to repay the money to the Government, said Son. The Deputy FM added that relevant parties have discussed with the UK side about whether to bring the ashes or the bodies of the victims home, as well as flights and necessary procedures. If any enterprises wishing to support the families in the work, they should work directly with the localities and the families, he added. According to an official document released the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the fee to bring a jar of ashes to Noi Bai Airport is 1,370 GBP, equivalent to 41.1 million VND. Body repatriation in a coffin made of zinc can cost up to 2,208 GBP, or 66 million VND. The ministry asked local authorities to make plans to receive the bodies or ashes and transport them… Read full this story
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