Foreign Minister (FM) AK Abdul Momen on Thursday said that Myanmar Junta government has agreed to take back Rohingyas from Bangladesh. The country agrees for a repatriation of Rohingyas through the mediation of China. However, they will take back the Rohingyas after verifying their identification.
The minister came up with the assertion after a meeting with representatives from Chinese embassy in Dhaka at state guest house Padma in the capital city on Thursday noon. High officials of the ministry and the embassy were present in the meeting.
AK Abdul Momen said, "The exact date of the repatriation could not be confirmed by the representatives of China."
Safe Rohingya repatriation, solving the crisis and some other issues were discussed at the meeting. However, the Chinese delegates did not talk to teh journalists after the meeting.
Chienes ambassador in Dhaka, Li Jiming, has recently hinted that they would discuss with the foreign ministry about the outcome of their talk to Myanmar authorities.
However, Myanmar has not yet taken back any Rohingya refugee since the influx around five years ago. Bangladesh government has given shelter to some 11 lakh forcibly displaced Rohingya refugees from Myanmar.