Desk Report :: A tripartite meeting is going to be held in Dhaka on the repatriation of Rohingyas who took refuge in Bangladesh to escape the brutal torture in Myanmar.
The tripartite meeting between Bangladesh, Myanmar and China will be held on January 19 to discuss the repatriation of Rohingya. The meeting is being held at the initiative of China.
Foreign Minister on Wednesday (January 13) said. This is Abdul Momen.
Dr. “The meeting we had in January last year saw some development,” Momen said. Myanmar does not want to answer anything. Empty will tell later. After that, Corona and their country did not hold a meeting on the pretext of elections. A meeting at the secretary level was scheduled to be held on January 9 under the auspices of China. But Myanmar pushed it back. The Chinese Foreign Minister is currently on a visit to Myanmar. That is why Myanmar has postponed the meeting. The secretary level meeting will be held on January 19 in Dhaka. Representatives of Bangladesh, China and Myanmar will be present.
“We have so far sent a list of 840,000 Rohingyas to Myanmar for screening for repatriation,” he said. It is sent in several stages. A list of 230,000 Rohingyas has been sent recently. But sadly, Myanmar is moving very slowly. The country lacks sincerity. So far, they have verified the identities of 42,000 Rohingyas. Of these, about 26,000 Rohingya have admitted to being residents of Myanmar’s Rakhine state. Myanmar has no information on the remaining 14,000 in its database. Biometric lists of Rohingyas who have come to Bangladesh before are also being prepared, the foreign minister said.
Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya took refuge in Bangladesh after being brutally persecuted during a military operation in Myanmar in August 2016. An agreement was signed between the two countries on November 23 of the same year to send them back.
The physical arrangement was signed on January 17, 2016. But so far the repatriation of Rohingya has not started. Various excuses are slowing down the Myanmar process. The Rohingya are demanding adequate security for them in the Rakhine state. In this situation, a large number of Rohingyas have put pressure on the country.
Meanwhile, the number of Rohingyas who came to Bangladesh after the military operation and the persecution of the extremist Buddhist community can be registered as 830,000, but several lakh Rohingyas are already living in Bangladesh. They came to Bangladesh for economic reasons at different times.
Bangladesh did not register them. Their number is estimated to be three to four lakh. As a result, the number of Rohingyas in Bangladesh is more than 11 lakh at present. They all came to this country from the Rakhine state of Myanmar.
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