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What does repatriation in case of death mean?
Every person has the right to be buried in his homeland, i.e. the place where he was born, grew up, studied, lived, worked, or simply in a place that is considered a homeland or comparable to it. Nowadays, people not only often go (immigration, migration, refugees, etc.) to work, live or study in other countries (in the European Union this is one of the basic values), but also travel around the world. However, as everyone knows, one of the bitter truths of life is that man is mortal. By nature, death can occur at any time and place: at home, at work, on the road, abroad, etc. With the onset of death, the question of burying human remains (corpse) remains relevant. On the other hand, if a person has died abroad, then there is a need for the international transportation of the human remains (corpse) to the country where the corpse will be buried or cremated after transportation. Although a whole series of international agreements are in force, as well as the national laws, standards, etc. of individual countries, it should be pointed out that the organization and provision of international transportation of human remains (corpse) is still considered a complex and time-consuming process, and the implementation of which must be entrusted to the Funeral Service Provider.

The funeral service provider will provide the necessary prerequisites for transporting human remains (corpse) to another country for further burial or cremation. For example, placement in a specially adapted coffin, drawing up a special permit (permit to transport a corpse) and other documentation, organizing a burial (funeral), etc.

A funeral service provider is a suitable intermediary for transporting human remains (corpse) to another country for further burial or cremation.

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