The decision was made at the first meeting of the Joint Working Group (JWG) held on Monday and Tuesday in Myanmar's capital of Naypyitaw, The Daily Star newspaper reported.
The agreement envisages the creation of five transit camps from where the repatriated refugees would be sent to two reception center in Myanmar.
Naypyitaw also reaffirmed its commitment to stop the influx of refugees from Myanmar to Bangladesh.
Myanmar Military Forced 10 Rohingya to Dig Own Graves, Then Executed Them
The most recent escalation happened in late August after Rohingya insurgents attacked government security posts. The attacks prompted a response by Myanmar’s authorities, resulting in clashes and the death of hundreds of Rohingya and forcing thousands of others to flee to Bangladesh. The situation has been harshly criticized by the global community, which called to put an end to violence.