A Bangladeshi delegation visited Naypyitaw and agreed to send the regime intelligence on groups operating along the border.
The recent death of a Bangladeshi intelligence officer was blamed on a group linked to the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army.
Various Rohingya organizations have formed the Arakan Rohingya National Alliance to demand human rights in a future democratic Myanmar.
Firing along the border reportedly broke with a Rohingya armed group, leaving a 20-year-old Rohingya woman and a Bangladeshi officer dead and an agent heavily injured.
The Bangladeshi military has been criticized for welcoming regime commanders a month after Dhaka said it would respond if cross-border shelling continued.
The Arakan Army has so far worked to protect Rohingya and involve the Muslim community in its administration.
Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen says there were regular explosions in Bangladesh’s territory until China intervened.
Bangladesh border guards say explosion was from mine planted in Myanmar territory.
After repeatedly summoning the Myanmar ambassador, Dhaka has asked Beijing to convey its concerns to the junta, which is battling the Arakan Army near the border.
The regime’s envoy in Dhaka claimed the shelling is from insurgents, although airstrikes have repeatedly been reported.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says India is keen to help resolve the Rohingya refugee crisis but Myanmar’s regime refuses to cooperate.
Only by working together can the peoples of Myanmar end the violence and regain their freedom.
Also this week, the coup leader offered another bizarre economic prediction, and the junta bristled as the world marked five years since the Rohingya exodus from Rakhine.
Five years after the military’s brutal campaign against the Rohingya, the junta must answer a genocide case at the International Court of Justice.
The three companies sanctioned include one which the coup leader’s son is a director of.