YANGON, Myanmar – Myanmar's government said it was initialed on an agreement on Thursday with two U.N. Rakhine state.
About 700,000 ethnic Rohingya Muslims have fled since last August, when Myanmar's army is brutally crackdown following attacks on security posts, and are living in squalid Camps across the border in Bangladesh.
Myanmar and Bangladesh agreed in November to begin repatriating the Rohingya, but they expressed their disagreement that they would not be able to return
Myanmar's security forces have been accused of rape, killing, torture and the burning of the homes of Rohingya villagers. The United Nations and the United States have described the army crackdown as "ethnic cleansing."
The Government said it had a memorandum of understanding on Thursday with the U.N. Development Program and the U.N.
It said the two U.N. refugee agency for their help.
The government said the memorandum of understanding would be signed soon.
Myanmar has said it will only allow refugees with identity documents
Rohingya Muslims face predominantly Buddhist Myanmar, which denies most of them citizenship and basic rights because they are considered immigrants from Bangladesh.