Military advisers from different foreign missions in Dhaka on Wednesday went on a two-day visit to Rohingya camps in Cox's Bazar.
During the visit, the advisers from at least 20 embassies, including the United States, China, Japan, India and Turkey, will hold a formal discussion with persecuted Rohingya refugees, according to an Inter-Services Public Relations press release.
They will also exchange views with the officials involved in the management of the refugee camps. They will also inspect activities of different donor organisations.
The tour has been organised to give the visitors an idea about the present situation of the forcefully displaced Rohingyas and also about their thoughts with respect to returning to Myanmar.