No Rohingya have Agreed to Return to Myanmar: Bangladesh Official

No Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh have agreed to return to Myanmar under a proposed repatriation scheme scheduled to begin Thursday, a Bangladesh official said, as the governments of the two countries scrambled to keep the plan afloat. Some 150 refugees from 30 families who were supposed to be the first to repatriate had refused to return, the official said, citing feedback from the office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). “The UNHCR said no Rohingya families agreed to return. So, the repatriation is unlikely to start,” an official with the Refugee Relief and Rehabilitation Commission (RRRC), speaking on condition of anonymity, told BenarNews, an RFA-affiliated online news service, late Wednesday (Bangladesh time)..............

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