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Showing posts with label Repatriate. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Repatriate. Show all posts

Thursday, July 11, 2024

PM Hasina seeks Chinese cooperation to repatriate Rohingyas

prothomalo
BSS Beijing
Updated: 10 Jul 2024,  

A high-level Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, a very important wing of the Chinese Communist Party led by its Chairman Wang Huning called on Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at the Great Hall of the People, Beijing on 9 July 2024BSS
 
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Tuesday called upon China to help Bangladesh repatriate the forcibly displaced Rohingyas to their homeland in Myanmar.

Friday, November 10, 2023

Rohingya must be repatriated to their original villages

The Daily Star
Wed Nov 8, 2023

Myanmar must not backtrack on its promise

We are disappointed by the comments made by the Myanmar delegation who recently visited the Cox's Bazar refugee camps to verify the Rohingya's identities. The delegation was also there to brief the Rohingya about the repatriation process, citizenship procedures and other facilities. When the refugees reiterated their demand to return to their original homes—not to the villages or camps set up for them in Rakhine—the delegates apparently could not make any such commitment. Reportedly, all they could say was that they would discuss the matter with the higher authorities in Naypyidaw. We are surprised at their answer at a time when all arrangements are underway to start the repatriation process by sending the first batch of Rohingya—some 3,000 of them—to Myanmar by December this year.

Wednesday, November 1, 2023

China-Mediated Plan to Repatriate Rohingya Refugees to Burma Advances Despite Fears of More Violence

DEMOCRACY NOW!
Nov 01, 2023

Burma is formalizing efforts to repatriate Rohingya refugees who’ve fled genocide and persecution since 2017. Burmese officials met with Rohingya refugee families in Bangladesh Tuesday to discuss the repatriation plan, which was negotiated by Burma, Bangladesh and China back in April. Burma has said it’s ready to accept the return of some 3,000 Rohingya refugees by December. But refugees have refused to go back, fearing further violence. Rohingya leaders said certain demands should be met, including resettlement to their own land and being granted citizenship. Rohingya community members have also said they’ve been threatened into accepting repatriation, while Burmese officials claim the move would be voluntary. About 1 million Rohingya refugees live in Bangladesh. 

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Myanmar Seeking to Repatriate Rohingya Refugees from Bangladesh

ALJAZEERA
10/31/2023

Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh are reluctant to repatriate without guarantees for safety, dignity and and the recuperation of their homes.
Rohingya families want to go home, but demand that they should go 'back to our place of origin', living in 'dignity' with full rights [Rafiqur Rahman/Reuters]
 
Myanmar officials have met with Rohingya refugee families in Bangladesh to discuss their repatriation to Myanmar.

The officials travelled to Bangladesh on Tuesday to meet with refugees amid a new repatriation plan brokered by China. The push is part of a pilot repatriation scheme discussed in a three-way meeting between the two countries and China in April.
 

Saturday, September 23, 2023

Bangladesh's priority is to repatriate Rohingyas to Myanmar, PM tells Uzra Zeya

THE BUSINESS STANDARD
BSS
22 September, 2023,


The Prime Minister said Rohingya repatriation should start as early as possible otherwise the region will fall into security threats as the Rohingyas have been engaging in criminal activities that included killings, firearms smuggling and trading. 
 
Photo: PID

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said her government attached priority to sending back Rohingyas to their homeland Myanmar.

"Our priority is to repatriate the forcibly displaced Rohingyas taken shelter in Bangladesh to their homeland," she said.

Sunday, August 13, 2023

How Long Will It Take To Repatriate The Rohingyas? – OpEd

eurasiareview
By Brig Gen (Retd) Hasan Md Shamsuddin
August 13, 2023

A Rohingya man walks inside Balukhali refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar. Photo Credit: BenarNews 

Bangladesh is sheltering 1.25 million Rohingyas for last six years. International community and the regional countries along with all stakeholders are aware of the situation. China’s initiative prompted the Myanmar authority to create a pilot project to gradually repatriate Rohingyas and begin repatriation. Although no visible progress was made in this issue and the process is not yet started.

Saturday, March 11, 2023

Is Myanmar junta going to repatriate Rohingyas finally?

daily obsever
Op-Ed

Mehjabin Bhanu
Sunday, 12 March, 2023




Bangladesh and Myanmar are working fast to start a pilot project for Rohingya repatriation before the monsoons. The list of more than 1000 Rohingya citizens has already been handed over from Bangladesh for repatriation. The Myanmar government is speedily verifying it. Besides, the country is arranging the rehabilitation of Rohingyas in Rakhine.

Myanmar wants to start the pilot project quickly to increase the acceptance of the military junta under pressure from the international community. The first priority of Bangladesh is the repatriation of Rohingya and the government is working towards this goal. Rakhine situation is now better than ever. Security, living arrangements, education and health conditions for Muslims in Rakhine have greatly improved. For this reason, the two countries want to start repatriation.