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Over 3,000 Rohingyas in Thailand with no proof of nationality


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More than 3 million Rohingya live in many countries around the world, having fled their hometown of Yakai State in Myanmar 35 years ago. 

 

The president of the Rohingya Association in Thailand, Siyeed Alam, revealed that the Rohingya in Thailand are living in difficult conditions, due to the lack of any nationality proof that enables them to live in Thailand, to access medical services, education or work. 

 

Alam appealed to the Thai government to allow about 4,000 Rohingya people to live legally, and not to ask for identification papers, because their country considers them outlaws, and it is difficult for them to travel to it.

 

 

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-- © Copyright A24 News Agency 2021-06-17
 
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