Jakarta wants joint approach on stateless folk


KOTA KINABALU: The problem of stateless people, including the Bajau Laut or sea gypsies, must be resolved jointly by Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines, Indonesian ambassador Herman Prayitno said here.

He said the matter of stateless people affected three governments and involved human rights issues.

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