According to the Chinese Embassy in the Philippines, at 2 pm on February 11, the Embassy in the Philippines received a report saying that the Philippine Immigration Bureau arrested 999 stores in Manila for illegal detention, illegal employment and illegal business. Deduct 35 Chinese.
Zhang Hua, spokesman of the Chinese Embassy in the Philippines, said that after receiving the report, the Consul Counsellor of the Library and the insurance officer immediately went to the scene to verify the situation, visit the detained person, and propose to the Philippines. Negotiations require the Philippine side to immediately release the complete procedures and ensure the legitimate rights and interests of my citizens.
At present, three of the 35 people detained above have been released. It is expected that 16 Chinese citizens with complete procedures are expected to be released at noon today. The Embassy in the Philippines will continue to closely follow the case and provide relevant consular protection and services to the detained citizens. The Embassy hereby reminds Chinese citizens of the Philippines to pay attention to comply with relevant laws and regulations of the Philippines in order to avoid damage to their own security interests.
Responsible Editor: Liu Yang