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14 prosecuted for allegedly arranging illegal entry of Chinese citizens
The Saigon Times
Tuesday,  Apr 27, 2021,14:37 (GMT+7)

14 prosecuted for allegedly arranging illegal entry of Chinese citizens

The Saigon Times

Five among the 14 people who have been prosecuted for allegedly organizing the illegal entry of Chinese citizens into Vietnam - PHOTO: DANANG POLICE DEPARTMENT

HCMC – The Danang Police Department has detained and filed charges against 14 people for allegedly organizing the illegal entry of Chinese people into Vietnam.

This was done following an investigation into a ring suspected of arranging the illegal entry of Chinese people into Vietnam relating to Dinh Xuan Hien and Dinh Cong Quan, who were detained on December 26 last year. The case was prosecuted on January 11.

Danang police officers detained Hien and Quan, residents of Thai Binh Province, at Hai Van Tunnel while they were driving four Chinese people from Hanoi to HCMC, Thanh Nien Online newspaper reported.

The 14 people have been arrested in various localities, including Ninh Binh, Ha Nam, Hoa Binh, Hanoi and Hung Yen.

From December 21 to 29, 2020, the group illegally transported 49 Chinese to Vietnam. During each trip, three to four Chinese people crossed the border in the north with Vietnam to travel to Hanoi. They were later driven to HCMC or Dong Nai before crossing the border to reach Cambodia to work at online gambling and swindling groups run by the Chinese.

Each person would pay VND28-40 million for each trip.

According to the department, it has busted 16 rings involved in arranging the illegal entry of foreigners, mainly Chinese, into Vietnam since 2020. As many as 55 people have been prosecuted, including 11 Chinese people.

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