Two sailors trapped in Philippines, Iran, have been rescued to return home.

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 Two sailors trapped in Philippines, Iran, have been rescued to return home.


The public foreign office of the foreign ministry said the crew of the Blue Nile crew, Philippines seamen Jerry Gabazzo and Miguel Estrella, were displaced from ships following the arrival of the ship in Iran in April 1st. In April 16th, one of the sailors wife sent an emergency email to the Philippine Embassy in the Philippines, telling two Philippines seamen trapped in a small town more than 1800 kilometers from Tehran in southern Iran. In April 23rd, a delegation from the Philippine Embassy in Iraq flew to the city of Philippines, and brought the Philippines seamen to Tehran in April 24th. The Embassy of the Philippine Embassy informed the Manila Seamens management of the arrears of two sailors wages in Dubai, Arabia, and drew attention. The two Philippines seamen spent the night in the Philippine Embassy in Tehran and left Iran in the early morning of April 26th to return to Philippines. In the near future, Philippines has intensified its efforts to protect foreign workers. The president of Philippines set off to Singapore on 26 days to attend the thirty-second ASEAN summit that Philippines is one of the countries with many laborers abroad. The government is ready to seize every opportunity, and every available occasion, to express the plight of Philippiness overseas workers, to maintain and protect overseas work. The rights of the nationals. (finish) Source: China News Network Editor: Wang Zheng _NN7526