Chinese nationals evacuated from Libya arrive in Malta

10:35, February 26, 2011      

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A plane carrying 61 Chinese evacuees from libya arrived in Malta Friday afternoon, according to the Chinese embassy here.

Most of the Chinese nationals left the airport and entered the country without delay. Four of them were stopped for while at the border control for having no entry visas, but their entry were finally allowed after the Chinese embassy intervened.

An official in charge of consular protection at the embassy told Xinhua the embassy has been asking the Maltese government to facilitate the entry of those evacuated Chinese nationals whose documents are incomplete.

The embassy will make all-out efforts to help the evacuated Chinese nationals if they have any trouble while entering Malta, the official said.

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