Bangladesh, Myanmar Trade Blame Over Stalled Rohingya Repatriation

Myanmar and its neighbor Bangladesh have traded blame over stalled efforts to repatriate some 740,000 Muslim Rohingya refugees who fled a brutal 2017 Myanmar military campaign that drove them from their villages to camps on the Bangladeshi side of their border. The latest row flared up after Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina told reporters in Dhaka that Myanmar is reluctant to take back the Rohingya Muslims despite a signed agreement to repatriate them. “The problem lies with Myanmar as they don’t want to take back the Rohingyas by any means,” she told a news conference at her official residence. “Everybody wants the Rohingya people to return to Myanmar from Bangladesh. But Myanmar does not want to take them back. Here lies the problem,” Hasina told reporters after her recent tour of Japan, Finland and Saudi Arabia.............

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