Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Urges Zambia to detect cases of Chinese employees being attacked as soon as possible

China Net February 14th According to the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson Hua Chunying said at the regular press conference on the 14th that the Chinese employees were killed in Zambia. The Embassy asked Zanfang to do its utmost to treat the wounded, urged the competent authorities to detect the case as soon as possible, severely punish the murderer, and take effective measures to ensure the safety of Chinese citizens.

A reporter asked, according to reports, a Chinese-owned company in Zambia has recently been attacked by gangsters, causing casualties among Chinese employees. Please introduce the case and the work done by the Chinese side.

Hua Chunying said that in the early morning of February 12, local time, a Chinese-owned company in Lusaka, the capital of Zambia, was robbed by local gangsters, causing seven Chinese employees to be injured to varying degrees. One of them was The rescue is invalid. After the incident, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Chinese Embassy in Zambia attached great importance and immediately launched an emergency mechanism. The Chinese ambassador to Zambia went to the hospital to visit the injured Chinese employees and the families of the deceased, and asked Zanfang to spare no efforts to treat the wounded. The Embassy urgently contacted the Chinese aid and military medical team and medical team experts to participate in the rescue and assisted the enterprises in doing the aftermath. At the same time, they urged the competent authorities to investigate the case as soon as possible, severely punish the murderer and take effective measures to ensure the safety of Chinese citizens.

Hua Chunying said that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Chinese Embassy in Zambia will pay close attention to the progress of the situation and continue to assist the relevant enterprises and their families to properly handle the aftermath.

Responsible Editor: Qi Yuhan

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