Teknaf, Bangladesh: The Border Guard Police (BGP) of Burma and Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) are likely to sit a flag meeting tomorrow over return of BGB soldier Abdur Razzak, abducted by BGP troops from Naf River in Teknaf on June 17, according to BGB Director General (DG) Maj General Azaiz Ahmed.
“The delegation of 4 to 5 members of BGB led by the Teknaf Commanding office will attend the flag meeting to be held in Maungdaw.”
The BGP has reportedly not set any condition about possible repatriation Nayek Abdur Razzak, who has been charged with trespass and now under custody of Myanmar police, a source at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bangladesh and BGB headquarters said
The BGP also sought a list of BGB team that will attend the flag meeting, an official of the foreign ministry said.
Myanmar President’s spokesperson Ye Htut has said Naypyidaw did not set any condition to return Nayek Abdur Razzak to Bangladesh according to financial report of June 24.
Earlier, Myanmar had said, along with the BGB soldier, Bangladesh would have to take in 544 victims of human trafficking, who were rescued by Myanmar’s navy in Bay of Bengal off Myanmar’s western coast.
Later, Myanmar agreed to return abducted BGB Nayek Abdur Razzaq “unconditionally”.
Earlier on June 17, the Myanmar BGB trooper took away Nayeek Razzak after a shootout in the Naf River along the border.