Chinese citizens were handcuffed when they fell in Philippines. The Chinese Embassy urged Philippines to make a thorough investigation.

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 Chinese citizens were handcuffed when they fell in Philippines. The Chinese Embassy urged Philippines to make a thorough investigation.


On August 12, a spokesman for the Chinese Embassy in the Philippines spoke on the death of Chinese citizens in the fall of a building in the Philippines.

The Chinese Embassy is highly concerned about the recent tragic case of a Chinese citizen who was handcuffed and killed in a fall in the Philippines, the statement said.

The Chinese Embassy welcomes the statement made by Panero, spokesman for the Presidential Palace of the Philippines. The Philippine presidential palace has asked the Philippine police to seriously investigate the incident, Panero said. The Philippine side will stop these illegal acts and will not allow or tolerate any foreigners abusing anyone in the Philippines. The Chinese Embassy highly appreciates the statement made by the Presidential Palace on combating illegal acts and protecting the safety of Chinese citizens.

The Chinese Embassy urges the relevant departments of the Philippine government to immediately conduct an objective and impartial thorough investigation to bring the perpetrators to justice, while continuing to take all effective measures to effectively protect the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese citizens.

Earlier, local media in the Philippines reported that a 27-year-old Chinese man had fallen from the sixth floor of an office building in Manila at about 4 a.m. on August 9 and died. Video surveillance showed the deceased trying to climb out of the sixth floor window and wear handcuffs before falling. The Philippine police then launched an investigation.

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