Confirmation of the identity of 39 Vietnamese people in a British container From 15 to 44 years old, November 9, 7:04
In an incident in which 39 bodies of Vietnamese were found in a truck container in the UK, police announced that the victims were identified as men and women between the ages of 15 and 44.
This case was the case that 39 bodies of Vietnamese people were found in a truck container near London in the UK on the 23rd of last month. Announced that all 39 people have been identified.
According to it, 39 people were men and women between the ages of 15 and 44, including 10 teenagers.
Most of them come from central Vietnam, such as Nghe An province and Ha Ting province, which are left behind in economic development.
Following the confirmation of the identity of all victims, the Vietnamese government is in discussions with the British government with the policy of returning the bodies as soon as possible.
As for the case, two men from Northern Ireland who had been driving trucks have been charged with murder and other charges, and 11 people were arrested for mediating illegal travel in Vietnam. The police in both countries continue to investigate the suspicion of organized human trafficking.