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Bangladesh Myanmar Agreement Rohingya

The recent agreement between Bangladesh and Myanmar regarding the Rohingya crisis has been widely discussed in the international community. The agreement, signed on November 23, 2017, aims to repatriate Rohingya refugees who fled Myanmar to escape violence and persecution.

The Rohingya are an ethnic minority group who have been living in Myanmar`s Rakhine state for centuries. However, they have been denied citizenship and have faced discrimination and violence from the Buddhist majority. In August 2017, violence erupted, leading to a mass exodus of Rohingya refugees to neighboring Bangladesh.

The Bangladesh-Myanmar agreement has been met with skepticism by many, given the history of violence and persecution faced by the Rohingya in Myanmar. Human rights organizations have expressed concern that the Rohingya will not be safe returning to Myanmar and may face further violence and persecution.

Under the terms of the agreement, the repatriation process is supposed to begin within two months of the signing of the agreement. However, there is little clarity on how exactly this will be carried out and what safeguards will be in place to ensure the safety and well-being of the Rohingya.

The international community has a role to play in ensuring the rights of the Rohingya are protected. The United Nations and other organizations must monitor the repatriation process to ensure that the Rohingya are not forced to return to Myanmar against their will or to unsafe conditions.

In addition to the repatriation of Rohingya refugees, the agreement also addresses other issues related to the crisis, including the establishment of a working group to oversee the repatriation process and the provision of humanitarian assistance to the Rohingya.

The Bangladesh-Myanmar agreement is a step forward in trying to resolve the Rohingya crisis, but there is still much work to be done. The international community must continue to monitor the situation and advocate for the rights of the Rohingya to ensure that they are able to return to their homes safely and with dignity.