Rohingya deportation deadline difficult to determine: UN

The UN refugee agency UNHCR has said it is difficult to set a schedule for when the Rohingya refugees will be evacuated from Myanmar and seek refuge in Bangladesh. The organization also urged the Rohingyas to work with the country to support Myanmar in creating a positive environment for sustainable repatriation.

The deputy high commissioner of the UNHCR, Kelly T. Clements, spoke to reporters at a hotel in Dhaka on Thursday evening. “It is very difficult to determine the day of the Rohingya deportation (when the rohingyas will be able to return) There are many issues in this case. After a four-day visit to Bangladesh, Clements spoke to reporters and praised the continued generosity of Bangladesh and encouraged the solidarity of the world community to resolve the crisis in the rohingya question.

The UN official also stressed the importance of continuing the work of the UNHCR and other partner organizations with rohingyas in Bangladesh; To help the Rohingya improve their skills and abilities. This will help myanmar to return and re-join in the future. Clements, speaking to reporters after a four-day visit to Bangladesh, praised the continued generosity of Bangladesh and encouraged the solidarity of the world community to resolve the crisis. The UN official also stressed the importance of continuing the work of the UNHCR and other partner organizations with rohingyas in Bangladesh; To help the Rohingya improve their skills and abilities. This will help myanmar to return and re-join in the future.