Bangladesh, US want to go to a new chapter of relations Bangladesh-US
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Bangladesh, US want to go to a new chapter of relations

Bangladesh Live News | @banglalivenews | 26 Feb 2024, 12:48 pm

Dhaka, Feb 26: A delegation of the country led by Rear Admiral Eileen Laubacher, Senior Director of South Asia Affairs of the US National Security Council, who is visiting Dhaka, held a meeting with the Foreign Minister on Sunday. At the end of the meeting, they presented their positions for the development of relations.

The foreign minister said, "We have discussed how we can deepen our relationship and how we can strengthen the new era of relations. They also want to develop relations with us. The most important thing is to start a new chapter in the relationship. We also want to start a new chapter in the relationship. As both countries have the will, both of our countries will benefit from a closer, deeper development of this relationship."

While talking to the journalists before the minister, Eileen Laubacher said that the US delegation is visiting Dhaka to further the ongoing relationship between Bangladesh and the United States.

Meanwhile, the US Embassy in Dhaka said in a Facebook post about the meeting with the Foreign Minister that the US supports a prosperous, secure and democratic Bangladesh.

"We discussed with the Foreign Minister of Bangladesh how our two countries can work on mutual interests including economic development, security, refugees, climate, labor and trade. Bangladesh is an important partner in the Indo-Pacific region," it added.

Regarding the discussion with the US representatives, Hasan Mahmud said, "We have discussed many issues. The United States is a major development partner of ours. Over the last 52 years of our journey, the United States has played a major role in the development journey. The United States is also one of the major exporters of our products. Talked about their investment, how to increase it was also discussed. We discussed how they can further contribute to our development journey."