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Showing posts with label resettlement. Show all posts
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Monday, August 14, 2023

Dhaka seeks third-country resettlement of Rohingyas

Dhaka Tribune
Tribune Report
Publish : 11 Aug 2023,
File photo of Rohingyas. Photo: Dhaka Tribune
 
Foreign Secretary Masud Bin Momen has urged an OIC-UNHCR joint delegation to mobilize robust international support for a sustainable solution to the Rohingya crisis, emphasizing ensuring accountability for atrocities committed against Rohingyas, repatriation to Myanmar or third-country resettlement.

Thursday, December 8, 2022

Momen: Resettlement of few Rohingyas in US not a solution

Dhaka Tribune

UNB
December 8, 2022
 
File photo: Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen briefs reporters on the recent Bangladesh visit of his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi, at a press conference in Dhaka on August 7, 2022 Mahmud Hossain Opu/Dhaka Tribune

Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen on Thursday said resettlement of a few Rohingyas in the US is “not a viable solution”, rather the solution is repatriation to their homeland in Myanmar's Rakhine state.

While talking to reporters, Momen said the United States is taking a few Rohingyas as a follow up to his discussion with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken.

The foreign minister said Bangladesh is requesting big countries to take at least 100,000 Rohingyas each, to share Bangladesh's burden.

62 Rohingyas listed for resettlement in US initially: Momen

NEWAGE

Published: 23:52, Dec 06,2022

Foreign minister AK Abdul Momen on Tuesday said that 62 forcibly displaced Rohingyas were primarily listed for resettlement in the United States and a small batch of them was likely to be flown to the country on December 8.

He said that he had earlier requested his US counterpart to resettle at least one lakh Rohingyas as Bangladesh was hosting over 11 lakh forcibly displaced people of Myanmar since the 2017 influx amid the military crackdown on the ethnic community in Rakhine State.

Monday, September 14, 2020

Rohingya resettlement on ‘floating island’ risks repatriation: Experts

AA
Md. Kamruzzaman 
DHAKA, Bangladesh 
14.09.2020 

Ethnic minority hails Dhaka for building settlements on island but wants to return to their homeland in Myanmar with rights
 
The Bangladesh government’s plan to resettle Rohingya refugees on a remote island might delay or even harm the repatriation of Rohingya to their homeland west of Myanmar, according to experts.

But the plan has met with resistance from members of the ethnic minority who fled persecution in Myanmar. They say the relocation will prolong talks aimed at their long-sought return to ancestral homeland with rights and in safety and dignity.

Thursday, May 2, 2019

'We will lose any hope of going home': Rohingya live in fear of resettlement

Thu 2 May 2019

Plans to relocate Rohingya people in Myanmar’s Rakhine state promise to dash their dreams of returning to traditional life
Since their homes were burned down seven years AGO, an estimated 128,000 ethnic Rohingya have been detained in camps in the west of Myanmar Photograph: Francesca Morano

For the past seven years, Mohammad has been able to see the beach on the outskirts of Sittwe, and the Indian Ocean beyond, only through a barbed wire fence.

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

700 illegals set for 3rd-country resettlement

The Himalayan
Published: March 06, 2019

300 Rohingayas, 400 Africans likely to get exit permits

Shelters made of corrugated metal by the Rohingya refugees are pictured in Kathmandu, Nepal, on September 12, 2017. Photo: Reuters

Kathmandu, March 5
The government is preparing to grant exit permits to around 700 illegal immigrants for resettlement in third countries.

According to Secretary at the Ministry of Home Affairs Prem Kumar Rai, a proposal to grant exit permits to at least 167 illegal immigrants has already been forwarded to the Cabinet. “The ministry has forwarded the proposal at the request of the United Nations High Commission for Refugees,” Rai told THT.