Myanmar: 6,000 Rohingya refugees to return
(MENAFN) Myanmar approved to replace over 6,000 Rohingya Muslims abandoned in nominate land between the two countries, as arrangements to bring uncountable number of many others back has been held up for security fears if they go back to Myanmar, a Bangladeshi official declared.
Rohingya Muslims of about 700,000 have escaped to live in camps to find shelter from the gunfire attacks in Buddhist-majority Myanmar for six months now.
However, Myanmar started to establish shelters and warned the refugees to return to Bangladesh which refused to let them through, then again the refugees were left at the Tombru border.
Ali Hossain, A Bangladeshi official in Cox's Bazar province confirmed that the countries officials approved the entry of the abandoned refugees and resolved to return them.
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