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We are under our own internal pressure: MomenForeign Minister AK Abdul Momen said on Thursday that the external world is playing a supportive role and they want to see a free and fair election, in addition to making it a non-violent one."Bangladesh is committed to hold a free and fair election. We believe in people. We want peoples verdict. We want people ...
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136 more detainees return from LibyaA fresh batch of 136 Bangladeshi citizens returned home from the Benghazi Detention Centre in Tripoli, Libya on Thursday, Foreign Ministry release said.The Bangladesh embassy and the International Organization for Migration assisted the repatriation process. However, on arrival at the Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka, the Bangladeshi citizens were welcomed by the Ministry of ...
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US provides addl $87m to Rohingya RefugeesThe United States is providing an additional $87 million in humanitarian assistance through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) to support Rohingya refugees and host communities in Coxs Bazar.A press release on the US Embassy in Dhaka, signed by its Press and Media Coordinator Sumya Arefin Arni, said that with this new funding, USAID ...
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Govt appoints Tarikul Islam as BD Ambassador to IndonesiaThe government appointed Md Tarikul Islam, currently serving as an Additional Foreign Secretary at the Ministry, as the next Ambassador of Bangladesh to Indonesia. A career diplomat, Md Tarikul Islam belongs to the 17th batch of BCS (Foreign Affairs) Cadre. Joining the service in 1998, he has served extensively both at home and abroad. In ...
Momen in Qatar to attend Doha Forum 2023
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India, OIC, Arab Parliament, Palestine confirm observation missions for general polls on Jan 7India, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), the Arab Parliament (the legislative body of the Arab League), and Palestine have officially confirmed their observation missions for the upcoming general elections scheduled to be held on January 7, as announced by Foreign Ministry spokesperson Seheli Sabrin during a regular media briefing on Sunday.She said Japan wants ...
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Efforts to bring back killers of 1971 intellectuals continue : MoFAThe government is committed to bringing back the killers of the countrys intellectuals who were targeted during the War of Liberation in 1971, and efforts in this regard are ongoing, stated Seheli Sabrin, the spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, during a weekly media briefing on Sunday. Prior the Martyred Intellectuals Day on December ...
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UN reiterates hope for 'free, fair, credible' election in BDSpokesman for the UN Secretary-General, Stephane Dujarric said that the United Nations hopes for "free, fair and credible elections" in Bangladesh. He was replying a question on UN's reaction over the letter of Bangladesh's Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen, the letter was written on November 19 and the Permanent Mission of Bangladesh to the UN ...
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US rejects Moscow's claims of meddling in BD's domestic affairsThe United States has termed the Moscow's claims of Washington's interference in Bangladesh's domestic political affairs as "classic Russian propaganda.""Look, back in the Navy, we had a single two-syllable word to describe an allegation like that, which I will spare you from. This is just classic Russian propaganda," John Kirby, coordinator for strategic communications at ...
Says Ambassador Mantytsky
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Moscow does not recognise 'illegal sanctions' by western countries The newly appointed Russian Ambassador to Bangladesh Alexander Mantytsky has said on Thursday that Moscow does not recognise "illegal sanctions" by the western or any other countries."We only recognise the sanctions imposed by the UN Security Souncil or UN organisations," Russian Ambassador said during an event organised by the Swadhinata Sangbadik Forum at the National ...
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145 more Bangladeshis return from LibyaA fresh batch of 145 irregular Bangladeshi migrants, those were in Benghazi detention centre, returned home from Libya on Wednesday. Ministry of Foreign Affairs said, by a chartered flight of Buraq Air, they returned from Libya.However, the total number of returnees stands 398 so far.On arrival at the Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka, the ...
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