Myanmar Embassy repatriates one citizen from Saudi Arabia

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Ma May Phyu Latt.  Photo: Ka Nu

The government cares for its citizens residing abroad, assists them if they face hardships, and manages to bring its citizens back home by cooperating with Myanmar embassies and relevant embassies.
The Myanmar Embassy to Saudi Arabia communicated with the authorities of Riyadh to repatriate one Myanmar female citizen, Ma May Phyu Latt, who faced hardships in Riyadh, by flight on 26 May, and she arrived in Yangon yesterday evening.
Ma May Phyu Latt requested her employer to send her back the agent in Dubai for poor relations with her employer in Riyadh. But she was not allowed, and so she ran away. Meanwhile, she met two Pakistanis, and she was employed at another house, where she worked for over two months. She requested her employer to send her back to Dubai, and she had to stay at the airport for 12 days. The official of King Khalid International Airport reported to the Myanmar Embassy, and the embassy took her on 10 May. After the negotiation with the relevant Saudi Arabia authority, she obtained her exit permit and arrived back in Yangon yesterday evening.
She said, “I live in Bago. I have a child, and I went abroad for a well-paid job purpose. When I arrived there, I faced many hardships like food, sleep deprivation, language and salary. I can’t work anymore at my new house, and so they sent me to the airport. After ten days at the airport, I thought I would never get back to my country, but the airport staff informed the Myanmar embassy, and the officials took me immediately. At the embassy, the staff comforted me. I thanked the Head of the State and enbassy officials for the warm and helpful support for my return home.” — Nyein Thu(MNA)/KTZH

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