COX’S BAZAR, Bangladesh — A Bangladesh official says experts are prepared to start repatriating in excess of 2,200 Rohingya Muslims displaced people to Myanmar from where more than 700,000 have fled savagery since a year ago.
Bangladesh’s repatriation chief Abul Kalam said Wednesday that 30 displaced person families would be exchanged Thursday at the Gundrum fringe point close to Cox’s Bazar, where outcasts have been living in cramped camps.
Kalam says the United Nations displaced person organization is confirming the repatriation procedure. As indicated by a U.N.- handled manage Myanmar and Bangladesh, all repatriations must be deliberate.
Remote pioneers have censured Myanmar pioneer Aung San Suu Kyi on the sidelines of a summit of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations this week in Singapore for her treatment of the ethnic emergency that prompted the Rohingya departure.