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18 Cambodian migrants repatriated from Thailand

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Cambodian migrant workers and a child who had been stranded there amid Covid-19 outbreaks were repatriated from Thailand. CAMBODIAN CONSULATE GENERAL

18 Cambodian migrants repatriated from Thailand

The Cambodian Consulate General in Thailand’s Sa Kaeo province helped facilitate the repatriation of 17 Cambodian migrant workers and a child who had been stranded there amid Covid-19 outbreaks.

Koy Kuong, spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, said on October 4 that the migrant workers had worked in different regions in Thailand.

The 18 Cambodians, he said, were repatriated to Cambodia through the Poipet International Border checkpoint in Banteay Meanchey province on October 4.

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