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The Consular Counsellor of the Chinese Embassy visited the injured Chinese worker
2012/07/19

In the afternoon of 19 July, the Consular Counsellor and Consul-general Liu Hongmei of the Chinese Embassy paid a visit to the injured Chinese worker in Singapore MRT work site accident. Counsellor Liu was accompanied by officials from consular and commercial sections of the Embassy.

Counsellor Liu inquired about the condition of the injured worker, conveyed sympathy and greetings of Chinese Ambassador H.E. Wei Wei and wished him a good recovery. Meanwhile, Counsellor Liu told him that the embassy is ready to provide necessary assistance at any time if needed.

Counsellor Liu expressed the concern of the Embassy to the employer company, requesting to continue a proper treatment for the injured worker, properly appease the other Chinese workers and actively assist the families of the died who are coming to Singapore to deal with the aftermath and compensation issues. Counsellor Liu also asked the company take necessary measures to ensure the personal safety of the Chinese workers and avoid similar incidents from happening again.

The injured worker and the employer company were grateful to the visit of Counsellor Liu and the condolences of the Embassy.

Consular Counsellor and Consul-general Liu Hongmei (left) paid a visit to the injured Chinese worker (center)