The minister-level diplomatic meeting that is going to take place this month in Myanmar will shade most of its light on resolving the Rohingya issue by helping them return to Myanmar, to their homeland, where they truly belong, reports UNB.
On 8 October, the Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan has confirmed his visit to Myanmar and told-
“We believe we can be resolved this Rohingya issue with Myanmar through diplomatic efforts. Right now, we are preparing the addenda of the meeting. However, our key agendum will be the Rohingya issue.”
Stressing on the importance biometric registration for the Rohingya, the Home Minister cautioned that whoever does not follow the registration process will be deprived of from receiving domestic and international aids.
“So far, around 1 lakh Rohingyas have been registered with an average 9000 registration each day,” he said.
The Home Minister said the Rohingyas going out of the camps are being brought back to the camps.
Before he announced this, he chaired a meeting with the Smuggling Prevention Committee. Representatives of different ministries and government agencies were present in the meeting.