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Rohingya Muslims will come back after two years in their country. The agreement was reached.

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Dhaka, Myanmar and Bangladesh have recently agreed to return home to Rohingya Muslims, who have been displaced in ‘two years’. Rohingyas migrated to Bangladesh after the army’s action in Myanmar. Bangladesh has given this information today by mentioning a clear timetable for the return of thousands of Rohingya refugees. However, it is not mentioned in the statement that the process will start from when. But in the conversation it has also been agreed that the families who do not have houses will be provided temporary accommodation.

It said that Bangladesh will transit 5 transit camps from where Rohingya will be sent to two reception centers in Myanmar. It was also stated in the statement that Myanmar has expressed commitment to ban the citizens of Myanmar from being a large number in Bangladesh. Following this joint meeting in Myanmar capital, this statement was issued by the Bangladesh Government. Although no statement has yet been made by the government of Myanmar.

The spokesman of the government of Myanmar had said that citizens coming back will get citizenship only when they pass in the verification process. Myint Kyaing, a permanent secretary of the Ministry of Labor, Immigration and Population of Myanmar, told the news agency last month that in a conversation with Reuters last month, Myanmar will verify the 150 people in a day. For which two camps will be imposed from January 23.