Myanmar has informed Bangladesh that it will take back fewer than 400 Rohingya refugees out of more than 8,000 who want to return voluntarily to northern Rakhine state from which they fled a brutal crackdown by the Myanmar military.Myint Thu, permanent secretary of Myanmar’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said during a press conference in Naypyidaw that the country has verified that 374 refugees on the list of 8,032 which Bangladesh submitted to Myanmar officials in February are eligible for repatriation.“We have sent the list [of 374 refugees] to the Bangladeshi embassy in Yangon …………….Please Log in or Subscribe to view full details…..
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