A Rohingya boat landed in Indonesia A Rohingya boat landed in Indonesia

A Rohingya boat landed in Indonesia

A Rohingya boat landed in Indonesia  On February 16, 2023, Rohingya refugees arriving on the coast of Aceh, Indonesia.  The Office of the High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said that another boat carrying 69 Rohingya refugees arrived on the coast of Aceh, Indonesia, on February 16.  It is said that the boat carrying women and children came ashore after floating in the sea for 15 days.  One Rohingya refugee told Reuters: "For 15 days afloat, we had nothing to eat and were starving."  Rohingya refugees who have fled from Myanmar to Bangladesh are fleeing for their lives across the sea to another country because of the poor living conditions in Bangladesh's refugee camps.  Hundreds of refugees have arrived on the coast of Indonesia's Aceh province in recent months, according to Reuters.  It is said that an incalculable number of refugees escaped by crossing the sea in fishing boats and starved to death at sea.  One of the Rohingya who came ashore today told Reuters, "I want to live my life well. I don't want to be arrested again like what happened in Bangladesh."

On February 16, 2023, Rohingya refugees arriving on the coast of Aceh, Indonesia.

The Office of the High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said that another boat carrying 69 Rohingya refugees arrived on the coast of Aceh, Indonesia, on February 16.

It is said that the boat carrying women and children came ashore after floating in the sea for 15 days.

One Rohingya refugee told Reuters: "For 15 days afloat, we had nothing to eat and were starving."

Rohingya refugees who have fled from Myanmar to Bangladesh are fleeing for their lives across the sea to another country because of the poor living conditions in Bangladesh's refugee camps.

Hundreds of refugees have arrived on the coast of Indonesia's Aceh province in recent months, according to Reuters.

It is said that an incalculable number of refugees escaped by crossing the sea in fishing boats and starved to death at sea.

One of the Rohingya who came ashore today told Reuters, "I want to live my life well. I don't want to be arrested again like what happened in Bangladesh."
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