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Showing posts with label Border. Show all posts
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Thursday, September 22, 2022

Myanmar, Bangladesh must solve border tensions peacefully

SEPTEMBER 22, 2022

The Bangladeshi government’s diplomatic and military preparations need to be strengthened
Myanmar border guard police patrol the fence in the 'no man's land' zone between the Myanmar and Bangladesh border. Photo: AFP / Phyo Hein Kyaw

Many Rohingya people fled from Myanmar a few years ago in fear of their lives, but recently the Myanmar army has had to face strong resistance from other independence-seeking rebels. Along with the Arakan Army, the military is in serious conflict with the Cochin Army, and elements of the Shan, Karen, Mong, Shin and Kaya peoples.

As a result, the Tatmadaw (military) has adopted a slightly different strategy from its persecution of the Rohingya to avoid international surveillance of its suppression of the rebels. As a part of this, it has mounted a campaign on the border with Bangladesh.

Monday, September 5, 2022

Myanmar’s threat on Bangladesh’s sovereignty

dailyobserver 
Published : Monday, 5 September, 2022 
Mehjabin Bhanu
 
Despite strong protests, Myanmar continues to violate the border. A week after firing mortar shells on the Bangladesh border, the Myanmar forces again fired from warplanes on the Bangladesh border. Yesterday (On September 03), two shells fired by the Myanmar army exploded in Bangladesh territory near the zero line of the Naikshyongchari border in Bandarban. Although it exploded within 120 meters of the terrain, no one was injured or injured in the incident. In the morning, the place where the two bullets fell is an uninhabited area. 6 days before this incident, on August 28, mortar shells landed in the populated area of Ghumdhumpara, north of Naikshyongchari.

But it did not explode. With two such incidents in a row and ongoing fighting between Myanmar's insurgent group Arakan Army (AA) and Myanmar's security forces, the local residents of the Bangladesh border are suffering from fear and insecurity. Those who cultivate jum(One kind of cultivation method in the hilly area) in the hillsadjacent to the border are staying at home instead of farming. Security analysts said that such incidents are disrupting the normal life of the residents of the border areas.

Sunday, March 21, 2021

Myanmar’s Crisis Is Starting to Spill Beyond its Borders

THE I DIPLOMAT
By Sebastian Strangio
March 19, 2021

The country’s political crisis is well on the way to becoming a crisis for the region as a whole.

The effects of Myanmar’s escalating political crisis are beginning to be felt in neighboring countries, with reports emerging from both Thailand and India of people fleeing across borders in search of sanctuary.

On March 12, Indian media reported that the country’s Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) had written to the Chief Secretaries of the states of Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, and Arunachal Pradesh, in the country’s hilly east, to “take appropriate action as per law to check illegal influx from Myanmar into India.”

Saturday, April 27, 2019

Eight Rohingya women held near Assam-Mizoram borderThe women revealed that they hailed from Myanmar and had entered India through the Tripura-Bangladesh border

NORTHEAST NOW
GUWAHATI , 
April 26, 2019

The women revealed that they hailed from Myanmar and had entered India through the Tripura-Bangladesh border

Eight Rohingya women were apprehended by the police near the Vairenti police check gate along the Assam-Mizoram border.

Reports stated that the police were carrying out their routine checking of vehicles when they discovered that eight ladies were travelling without any valid documents.

Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Arkan Army camps on Myanmar, Bangladesh borders, worry India

DNA
Updated: Mar 26, 2019


Picture for representational purpose , Reuters


India has found Arkan Rohingiya Salvation Army (ARSA) has set up new bases at Myanmar and Bangladesh where cadre are being trained to launch massive attacks on security forces and big infrastructural projects. As per the intelligence report, some camps are situated very close to Rohingya refugee camps in Cox Bazar in Bangladesh. Their target are infrastructural projects between India and Myanmar.

Monday, March 25, 2019

ARSA sets up camps at Myanmar-Bangladesh border, imparts arms training to cadres

ZEE NEWS
Myanmar-Bangladesh border
Written By: Manish Shukla
Updated: Mar 25, 2019,

The Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) has set up bases at the Myanmar-Bangladesh border and is imparting armed training to their cadre to launch massive attacks on Myanmar security forces.

Monday, March 18, 2019

Arakan Army camps destroyed in border operation, says Indian media

Frontier
MYANMAR
Monday, March 18, 2019

Arakan Army leaders gather with other ethnic armed group representatives in Mai Ja Yang, a town controlled by the Kachin Independence Army on the border with China, in 2016. (AFP)

YANGON — Up to 12 Arakan Army camps were destroyed by the Tatmadaw in a coordinated operation with the Indian army that ended early this month, Indian publications have reported.

The operation targeting AA camps in Rakhine State near India’s Mizoram State came ahead of a Tatmadaw strike on the headquarters of a Naga rebel group in Sagaing Region, they reported.

Saturday, March 2, 2019

UN urges Bangladesh not to close door to Myanmar refugees

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Channel News Asia
02 Mar 2019 04:48AM

Bangladesh is sheltering hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees who fled Myanmar in camps set up in Cox's Bazar. (Photo: AFP/Ed Jones)
UNITED NATIONS: The United Nations on Friday (Mar 1) stressed that refugees fleeing conflict should be granted safe haven after Bangladesh declared that it would no longer take in Myanmar's Rohingya.

Bangladesh's Foreign Secretary Shahidul Haque told the Security Council on Thursday that the refugee crisis had gone from "bad to worse" and deplored the fact that none of the hundreds of thousands of Rohingya sheltering in his country had returned home.

Friday, March 1, 2019

Myanmar military to raise objection to Bangladesh over joint movement of ARSA, AA


ELEVEN
Published 28 February 2019

Min Naing Soe

The Tatmadaw (military) True News Information Team issued a press released on February 26 saying that it will object to Bangladesh in accordance with the procedures over a joint movement of Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) and Arakan Army (AA) in Bangladesh near the border with Myanmar, the Office of the Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services reported.

Saturday, February 9, 2019

Bangladesh-Myanmar border almost sealed off to stop further influx: Foreign Minister

UNB, Dhaka

Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen today said Bangladesh-Myanmar border has almost been sealed off to stop further influx from Myanmar amid violence there.

Sunday, November 20, 2016

( 20.11.2016 ) UN urges Bangladesh to keep border open in wake of Myanmar violence

Dhaka | Sun, November 20, 2016 
 An armed police officer guards stands with Muslim refugees at a refugee camp in Sittwe, capital of Rakhine State, western Myanmar, on Saturday. Western An armed police officer guards stands with Muslim refugees at a refugee camp in Sittwe, capital of Rakhine State, western Myanmar, on Oct. 27, 2012. (AP/Khin Maung Win )


The UN High Commissioner for Refugees has called on Bangladesh to keep its border open and has appealed to Myanmar to safeguard the civilian population in northern Rakhine.

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