Close to 270 Vietnamese citizens were safely bought home from Australia and New Zealand on a repatriation Bamboo Airways flight on September 23 as a joint effort of competent authorities from the three countries.
Close to 270 Vietnamese citizens were brought home from Africa and the Europe on a repatriation flight of the national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines on July 23 – 24.
A repatriation ceremony of remains of US servicemen who died during the war in Vietnam was held at the US MIA Office in Hanoi on July 16.
Vietnam’s competent agencies, its representative offices in Australia and the national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines coordinated with Australia in repatriating 350 Vietnamese citizens amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
A ceremony to receive 16 sets of remains of Vietnamese volunteer soldiers and experts who laid down their lives in Cambodia during wartime, was held at Le Thanh International Border Gate in the Central Highlands province of Gia Lai on April 3.
The Government will provide an advance to pay for the repatriation of the bodies of victims found dead last month in a container lorry in Essex, the UK, according to Deputy Foreign Minister Bui Thanh Son.
The 151st Repatriation Ceremony took place on September 17 at Danang International Airport.
The U.S. Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA), in collaboration with the Vietnam Office for Seeking Missing Persons (VNOSMP), on June 23 conducted its 150th Repatriation Ceremony at Danang International Airport. During the ceremony, Vietnam officially transferred remains believed to be those of U.S. personnel missing from the Vietnam War.
On June 18th, the Repatriation Ceremony of remains of U.S. servicemen who died during the war in Viet Nam was held at Da Nang International Airport.