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repatriation

a person's return, voluntary or otherwise, to the country of which he is a national.
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Bangladesh signed a repatriation deal with Myanmar to repatriate the Rohingya in November 2017.
Charge d'Affaires Elmer Cato shared a Facebook post Friday night showing actress Dimples Romana's feisty 'Kadenang Ginto' character edited to look like she was with two repatriation personnel from the Rapid Response Team dispatched by the Deprtment of Foreign Affairs' (DFA) Office of Migrant Affairs.
"We're hoping that before the end of the year there'll be a proper and comprehensive plan for repatriation," he told reporters at state guesthouse Padma after a bilateral meeting with his Bangladesh counterpart Dr AK Abdul Momen.
It was the quasi-civilian government of President Musharraf which took a firm stance on the repatriation of registered Afghan refugees and every day hundreds of families used to avail the repatriation benefits from the UNHCR every day and took return journey.
He added that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)-led government was currently implementing a comprehensive policy on voluntary repatriation and management of Afghan nationals which had been approved by the federal cabinet in September 2018.
The Minister told UNHCR country director that the Government of Pakistan is currently implementing a comprehensive policy on voluntary repatriation and management of Afghan nationals that was approved by the Federal Cabinet in September, 2018.
The UNHCR facilitated repatriation from the voluntary repatriation centers at Azakhel, Nowshera in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Baleli, Quetta in Balochistan.
The UNHCR had been operating two voluntary repatriation centres (VRCs) in Quetta, and Nowshera, for refugees wishing to repatriate to Afghanistan.
Financial business came in second with repatriation of $137.2m, jumping from previous period's $194.1m.
The Dhaka Tribune quoted Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen as saying that the meeting is aimed at the repatriation of thousands of Rohingyas, who have been forced to take shelter in Cox's Bazar, a small town on the southeast coast of Bangladesh, in order to escape the brutalities of the Myanmar security forces and the local Buddhist mobs in the Rakhine state.
READ:DFA calls on Filipinos in Libya to consider repatriation amid clashes The coverage of the raised alert levelincludes Tajoura, Ghot Romman, Qaraboli and Qasr Khiyar in the east Esbea, Tarhuna, Bani Waled and Gharyan in the south Aziziya, Warshifana, Zawia, Surman and Sabratha in the west.
As repatriation preparation intensified, the Philippine embassy in Tripoli reported that a Filipino was injured after several residential areas in Tripoli were hit by a rocket barrage on Tuesday.