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Vietnamese Refugees In Hong Kong: Resettlement

Volume 489: debated on Thursday 29 October 1987

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asked Her Majesty's Government:How many Vietnamese refugees in the closed camps in Hong Kong have been accepted for resettlement by other countries, following their announcement of 8th May 1987 that 468 close relatives would be coming to the United Kingdom.

A total of 689 refugees have left Hong Kong camps for resettlement since 1st June 1987. Of this number, 415 were from the closed centres.