The foreign minister in his six-minute briefing also said Home Minister Asaduzzaman will soon make a trip to Myanmar, which will help take forward the negotiations with that country.
"Talks were held in a peaceful manner", Minister Ali said after the meeting at state guest house Padma. The fundamental problem is they're still denied citizenship and classified as illegal immigrants.
The announcement was confirmed by Bangladesh Foreign Minister Abul Hassan Mahmood Ali and Myanmar official Kyaw Tint Swe.
"And Bangladesh has proposed (signing) a bilateral agreement for executing the repatriation process". At the same time, Bangladesh has been pushing Myanmar to take back the refugees.
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The Myanmar government has refused to grant entry visas to the members of a United Nations fact-finding mission appointed to investigate previous allegations of killings, rape, and torture by security forces against the Rohingya after October 2016 attacks by ARSA.
"It is an approach that welcomes Hindu refugees from India's neighbouring countries, but shuts the door on Rohingya, who are predominantly Muslim, in the name of national security", he wrote in an article. UN Secretary-General António Guterres acknowledged [statement] Suu Kyi's speech and Myanmar's intention to "implement the recommendations of the advisory committee for Rakhine state".
Meanwhile, around 170 refugees from Myanmar's Arakan, who entered Mizoram and took shelter in southern district of Lawngtlai, had returned recently. More than 200 Rohingya are estimated to dwell in Nepal since 2012, of which 147 have been verified and registered as urban refugees by the UNHCR Nepal.
Due to violence in the Rakhine state, over half a million Rohingyas have fled to Bangladesh.
The Myanmar government then pledged that the refugees will be allowed to return to their respective places of origin after necessary verifications.
The refugees, who were arrested in April along with two suspected Indian traffickers in a boat in Sri Lankan seas, were taken into protective custody and then to a detention center outside Colombo following the protest on Tuesday.