Rohingya demand favorable environment in Myanmar for repatriation

DHAKA, Bangladesh 

Rohingya refugees called Tuesday on visiting UN rights chief Michelle Bachelet to actively engage the United Nations in creating a conducive environment in Myanmar for the sustainable repatriation of the persecuted minority to their home country.

Bachelet’s visit marked the first time a United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has visited Bangladesh as well as the Rohingya refugee settlements in Cox’s Bazar District.

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