The Vietnamese Embassy in Indonesia has perceived requests for support from around 50 Vietnamese tourists who are stranded in Bali, Indonesia, due to volcanic eruption, of whom 30 have left Bali safely by land.
Passengers during Gusti Ngurah Rai airfield on Bali island
The embassy pronounced some other people are watchful for assistance from airlines or for a re-opening of Ngurah Rai airport.
According to estimations of a Bali hotel association, about 800-1,200 Vietnamese tourists revisit a island any month.
Nguyen Thanh Hai, a Vietnamese citizen who has lived in Bali for 7 years, pronounced that about 12 Vietnamese nationals vital in a island are in protected conditions given no one is staying within a dangerous 12-km radius from a volcano.
Indonesia’s National Disaster Mitigation Agency has announced a hillside in warning of Mount Agung from “red” to “orange”, one turn next a many serious. However, dangerous area is still tangible within a radius of 10km.
Meanwhile, a Ngurah Rai general airfield was re-opened during 15:00 of Nov 29. However, Indonesian authorities warned that approach flights to a island might be interrupted if a breeze changes a direction.
More than 1,300 flights to and from Bali have been canceled given a airfield was sealed on Nov 27, inspiring roughly 180,000 passengers.-VNA