Bangladesh and Myanmar (formerly called Burma) would in January have begun work to bring home refugees to the state of Rakhine, but the plan has been repeatedly postponed.
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in the UN security council on Thursday announced the Bangladesh foreign secretary Shahidul Haque, and now you close the border for refugees.
" Not a single rohingyer have voluntarily returned to Rakhine because of the lack of support from his home country, he said according to The Guardian.
Over 740.000 rohingyer live in difficult conditions in refugee camps in Bangladesh, where they fled after clashes between the rebel group the Arsa and the police and the military. The majority have fled after August 2017, when the Arsa went to the attack, and security forces responded with go to the massive counterattack. The consequences were the massacres, rapes and scorched villages – accusations that the military is still contesting.
the united nations has called the incident of ”ethnic cleansing” of the vulnerable and persecuted minority.
Do Suan argues that the problems with so few rohingyer returns is due to both the physical and mental barriers that must be rushed, and appealed for patience to the UN.
"It requires both time and perseverance to build up a trust between the different communities in Rakhine," added the diplomat.
the united nations agreed that the process of bringing home the refugees is slow, and has previously warned that ethnic group subjected to persecution.
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