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Bandgladesh: Rohingya refugees returning to Myanmar | Myanmar News
Burma has suggested taking back several hundred thousand Rohingya migrants who have escaped a violent bombing in Bangladesh in recent weeks. U zbekistan is one of the world's largest states. Bangladesh's Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali said to journalists that Myanmar is ready to return more than 500,000 persons from the prosecuted minorities after discussions with a high-ranking Myanmar official on Monday.
"Conversations took place in a welcoming environment, and Myanmar has made a suggestion to take back the Rohingya refugees," Ali said after a visit to Kyaw Tint Swe in the country's capitol, Dhaka. "Bangladesh has said that we want to resolve this problem in a peaceful manner, and both nations have agreed."
Myanmar's mission did not talk to the press. Since 25 August, the United Nations has described the 507,000 Rohingya expedition as the world's most rapidly evolving state of refugee distress and said that Myanmar's Buddhist ruling party is participating in racial purges against its mostly Muslim Rohingya group. Burma refuses by saying that its armed services have started an attack in northern Rakhine state in reaction to co-ordinated attack by Rohingya warriors.
Burma is blaming the insurgents for the attack on the civilian population and for causing most of the fire that destroyed the Rohingya communities. Burma says more than 500 men were murdered in the recent violent incident, most of them atrocities. Bangladesh's Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has demanded an end to the fighting and the establishment of security areas in Myanmar to allow refugee returns.
It has also invited a United Nations fact-finding missions to Myanmar and the authorities to put into effect proposals to solve the Rakhine issues prepared by a UN General Secretariat under the leadership of former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan. Myanmar's Rohingya handling is the most pressing issue Aung San Suu Kyi has faced since she formed her administration last year after she won a groundbreaking vote in 2015.
In a speech to the people of Myanmar last months, Aung San Suu Kyi said Myanmar was prepared to initiate a 1993 Bangladesh accord verifying that" they will be able to receive internally displaced people without any problems". Even before the last expedition there were about 300,000 Rohingya migrants.
Mr Aung San Suu Kyi has no control over safety policies under a draft army constitutional and the general population in Myanmar - where the number of nationalist Buddhists has risen sharply in recent years - largely support the attack.