The UN Refugee Agency on Friday said that Myanmar and Bangladesh are making a second chance to start repatriating Rohingya Muslims after 7 lakhs of them fled almost two years ago fled a security crackdown in Myanmar. Also Bangladesh had asked for help from the UN in verifying the 3450 people who signed for a voluntary repatriation said the spokeswoman for the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees. In the year 2017 the Military of Myanmar launched a counterinsurgency to an attack by Rohingya insurgent group. The army operation that had led to the Rohingya exodus to Bangladesh and accusations that security forces committed mass rapes, killings and burned thousands of homes.
Myanmar has rejected the recommendation by the U.N last year, to prosecute its top military commanders for genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity. The officials of Myanmar went to Bangladesh for talking with the refugees and to promise that they would bring back them with its plans and preparations. But the refugees appear to distrust the promises and they believe that it is too dangerous to return. The Rohingya were treated as outsiders in their country so they want to return the country with full rights and nothing else.
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