Hatinh Police in Viet Nam have charged seven people with organizing and mediating illegal migration after 39 Vietnamese died in the UK, reports Vietnam News.
VnExpress reports that six of the defendants have already been arrested and another person is on the international wanted list. At the moment he is in China.
It is reported that during their activities, the defendants have illegally sent more than 60 people to the UK and Europe.
October 23, Essex County police found 39 dead in a truck, which arrived to the UK from Belgium. The victims were originally identified as Chinese citizens, but later it turned out that they were Vietnamese. Police detained several people, including the truck driver, Maurice (Mo) Robinson, 25, of Northern Ireland.