Dhaka, June 12 -- Bangladesh has urged the international community to ramp up pressure on Myanmar so that it creates a conducive environment for Rohingya repatriation.

After briefing diplomats stationed in Dhaka on Wednesday morning, Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen said Bangladesh clarified its position about the matter.

"They told us that they're with us. We told them to increase pressure on Myanmar to create a conducive environment," he told the media. "Almost all of them agreed to do so."

In the briefing at State Guest House Padma, Momen expressed dissatisfaction over Myanmar's failure to ensure security and conducive environment in Rakhine State in line with the provisions of the bilateral instrument for the repatriation of Rohi...