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leaders from three southeast asian countries meeting wednesday talk about the thousands of rohana and bangladeshi migrants arriving on their shores malaysia and indonesia saying though aid migrants at sea asking for international help to resettle and repatriate people within a year thailand's foreign minister also in talks but didn't join in on the resolution , reuters any lefevre in bangkok says until now the so called boat people have got a mixed reception they are packed offered humanitarian assistance asbestos these countries %HESITATION can often but at the same time we know over the last couple of weeks that boatloads of people starving in need of humanitarian aid in need of medical attention has been turned away by all three countries by the thai navy %HESITATION by malaysia's government and also by indonesia earlier wednesday at least five hundred people and that indonesia's northwestern a cape province likely to be moved into camps run by the government like this one they added to over two thousand people who have managed to land after redistricting and demand c. with little food or water , the united nations on tuesday pressured the asian countries to do more setting up sea rescue operations and allowing my for votes to land rather than pushing them back out into the sea you ends refugee agency says at least four thousand people are currently in boats with few supplies to survive