Myanmar repatriates two citizens from Saudi Arabia

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 in Saudi Arabia communicated with the authorities of Riyadh to repatriate two Myanmar female citizens who faced hardships in Dammam, Saudi Arabia.
Two Myanmar nationals, Ma Thein Shwe and Ma Ohnmar Myint, who worked in Dammam, arrived back in Yangon by flight yesterday.
On arrival in Myanmar, the returnees shared their experiences they encountered in other countries and thanked the Head of the State and ambassadors for helping them. — Nyein Thu (MNA)/KTZH

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