Indonesia vows to curb illegal immigration

Indonesia vows to curb illegal immigration
By Euronews
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The Indonesian government says over 500 foreigners are being questioned about illegal fishing in the country’s waters.

Indonesia estimates that the activity costs it 20 billion euros a year.

The government has vowed to step up border surveillance to stamp out the activity and reduce the influx of asylum seekers.

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