Mohammed Yousuf, 45, a Rohingya refugee, shows his permit provided by the Bangladeshi army to continue his way after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border. Myanmar and Bangladesh have agreed to cooperate on repatriating Rohingya that fled violence. Photo: Reuters Mohammed Yousuf, 45, a Rohingya refugee, shows his permit provided by the Bangladeshi army to continue his way after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border. Myanmar and Bangladesh have agreed to cooperate on repatriating Rohingya that fled violence. Photo: Reuters
Mohammed Yousuf, 45, a Rohingya refugee, shows his permit provided by the Bangladeshi army to continue his way after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border. Myanmar and Bangladesh have agreed to cooperate on repatriating Rohingya that fled violence. Photo: Reuters

Myanmar, Bangladesh agree to cooperate on Rohingya refugee repatriation

The countries signed two agreements covering security and border cooperation, and agreed to form a working group and halt the outflow of refugees

Topic |   Rohingya Muslims
Mohammed Yousuf, 45, a Rohingya refugee, shows his permit provided by the Bangladeshi army to continue his way after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border. Myanmar and Bangladesh have agreed to cooperate on repatriating Rohingya that fled violence. Photo: Reuters Mohammed Yousuf, 45, a Rohingya refugee, shows his permit provided by the Bangladeshi army to continue his way after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border. Myanmar and Bangladesh have agreed to cooperate on repatriating Rohingya that fled violence. Photo: Reuters
Mohammed Yousuf, 45, a Rohingya refugee, shows his permit provided by the Bangladeshi army to continue his way after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border. Myanmar and Bangladesh have agreed to cooperate on repatriating Rohingya that fled violence. Photo: Reuters
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