Ministry of foreign affairs of Philippines: Kuwaits expulsion of Philippines ambassador is contradictory.

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 Ministry of foreign affairs of Philippines: Kuwaits expulsion of Philippines ambassador is contradictory.


According to the statement, the Ministry of foreign affairs of Philippines has asked Kuwaits ambassador to Philippine to explain this conflicting incident early in April 26th. The statement said that protecting the rights and interests of overseas workers in Philippines is a guiding principle in Philippiness relations with other countries, and Kuwait is no exception. In April 25th, the Philippines ambassador to Kuwait, Renato Vera (renatoVilla), was listed as unwelcome man and was expelled, and the Kuwait government limited its departure within a week and recalled Kuwaits ambassador to the Philippines. There are 250 thousand people in Philippines currently in the Kuwaiti secret service. In February, a corpse of a Philippine household service worker was found dead in a fridge of an abandoned apartment in Kuwait for more than a year. Duthel Te was furious and ordered a ban on Filipino people to go to Kwei. The labor incident led to a fissure in the relationship between the two countries. The Ministry of foreign affairs of Philippines recently conducted a survey on the situation of the Philippine Labor in Kuwait, and launched a rescue operation in batches. A total of more than 400 people were returned to the Philippines. Some of them said they were abused by employers, and some other people also had passports expired or overdue. Kuwait accuses the Philippine diplomats of participating in the operation and uses diplomatic licence vehicles to protest. In order to resolve this diplomatic dispute, in April 23rd, President Duthel Te of Philippines met with the ambassador of Kuwait to the Philippines. The presidential palace later said that the meeting had positive results and the diplomatic protests in Kuwait had been resolved. Philippines and Kuwait are about to sign a memorandum of understanding on labour issues. But only 2 days later, Kuwait announced the expulsion of the ambassador to Philippines, which has cast a shadow over the relations between the two countries. Source: CCTV News Mobile editor: Ji Xue Ying _NN6784 There are 250 thousand people in Philippines currently in the Kuwaiti secret service. In February, a corpse of a Philippine household service worker was found dead in a fridge of an abandoned apartment in Kuwait for more than a year. Duthel Te was furious and ordered a ban on Filipino people to go to Kwei. The labor incident led to a fissure in the relationship between the two countries. The Ministry of foreign affairs of Philippines recently conducted a survey on the situation of the Philippine Labor in Kuwait, and launched a rescue operation in batches. A total of more than 400 people were returned to the Philippines. Some of them said they were abused by employers, and some other people also had passports expired or overdue. Kuwait accuses the Philippine diplomats of participating in the operation and uses diplomatic licence vehicles to protest. In order to resolve this diplomatic dispute, in April 23rd, President Duthel Te of Philippines met with the ambassador of Kuwait to the Philippines. The presidential palace later said that the meeting had positive results and the diplomatic protests in Kuwait had been resolved. Philippines and Kuwait are about to sign a memorandum of understanding on labour issues. But only 2 days later, Kuwait announced the expulsion of the ambassador to Philippines, which has cast a shadow over the relations between the two countries.