30 Filipinos repatriated from Haiti due to hazards
MANILA, Philippines — Thirty Filipinos have been repatriated from Haiti which is being gripped by “unstable economic and security situations,” the Philippine Embassy in the U.S. said.
In a tweet on Thursday (Manila time), the embassy said its officials facilitated the repatriation of the 30 Filipino nationals from Haiti to the Philippines on January 14.
The embassy said the repatriated Filipinos will arrive in Manila on Thursday.
Embassy officials facilitated the repatriation of 30 Filipino nationals from Haiti to the Philippines on 14 Jan 2020 (arriving in PH on 16 Jan 2020) due to its unstable economic & security situations caused by continuous civil unrest, crime, & kidnapping.#AssistancetoNationals pic.twitter.com/lBKCrlRep1FEATURED STORIESGLOBALNATIONGLOBALNATION
— Philippine Embassy in the USA (@philippinesusa) January 15, 2020
According to the embassy, the Filipino nationals were repatriated due to Haiti’s “unstable economic (and) security situations caused by continuous civil unrest, crime (and) kidnapping.
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