Fourth lot of Myanmar fishermen arrives in Yangon from Indonesia

Myanmar fishermen back from Indonesia seen at Yangon  International Airport.
Myanmar fishermen back from Indonesia seen at Yangon International Airport.

Myanmar fishermen have been brought back home from Indonesia, as a result of a joint cooperation between the two governments, with generous sponsorship from a local private bank.
Kanbawza (KBZ) Bank sponsored the return of 132 fishermen from Ambon to Yangon, bringing them home on Wednesday.
This is the fourth time the bank has sponsored the homecoming of Myanmar fishermen who had been rescued from the years  of bondage in Benjina, an Indonesia’s remote fishing island.The victims arrived in Yangon in lots, with the first totaling 125 on 14 May, followed by 128 on 17 May and 129 on 28 May.
Together with Sitagu Group, the bank had made generous contributions to the return of over 3,500 Myanmar citizens from Malaysia and Port Blair of India.
KBZ has so far helped over 3,600 Myanmar citizens with their return from Indonesia, Malaysia and India free of charge, providing them with financial assistance.

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