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Celebrity cricket: Actress Moushumi Hamid opens up about actor Shariful Razz

Khaleda Zia can go to Appellate Division regarding treatment abroad: Additional Attorney General

Police not worried about visa policy: Newly appointed commissioner of DMP

Price of 12 kg LPG increased by Tk 79

The third terminal of Shahjalal Airport to be inaugurated on October 7

United States Assistant Secretary Rena Bitter coming to Dhaka

Dhaka, Sept 26: United States Assistant Secretary of Consular Affairs Rena Bitter is coming to Bangladesh. She will visit Pakistan and Bangladesh from Monday 25 September to 2 October. The US Department of State announced this information in a press release on Monday.

Bangladesh's prosperity under Sheikh Hasina's leadership is commendable: US Congressman

Dhaka, August 31: Senior US Congressman and Chairman of the Parliamentary Security Intelligence Forum (PSIF), Robert Pittenger, said that Bangladesh is a close partner of the US in countering terrorism in South Asia and the country continues to make strong economic progress under the leadership of Sheikh Hasina.

Looking forward to continuing to coordinate with Bangladesh on robust action for free and fair democratic elections: Uzra Zeya

Dhaka, July 15: Uzra Zeya, Under Secretary for Civilian Security, Democracy and Human Rights at the US Department of State, said Bangladesh is looking forward to continuing to coordinate with its partners in taking strong steps towards free and fair elections. She said this in a tweet on Friday night.

US delegation did not say anything about caretaker govt: Salman F Rahman

Dhaka, July 14: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's private industry and investment advisor Salman F Rahman said that the delegation led by US Undersecretary for Civilian Security, Democracy and Human Rights Uzra Zeya did not say anything about the caretaker government. Besides, the delegation congratulated the police for the role they played in the rally of Awami League and BNP last Wednesday. Besides, the US delegation visiting Bangladesh said that the role of the police should be done in the future as a model.

US delegation will not focus only on polls: Foreign Secretary

Dhaka, July 7: Foreign Secretary Masood Bin Momen said the upcoming high-level visit of the US delegation is not only focused on Bangladesh elections, but is part of the ongoing bilateral engagement between Dhaka and Washington.

Biden committed to strengthening ties with Bangladesh: Momen

Dhaka, July 4: Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen said that US President Joe Biden is committed to strengthening relations with Bangladesh.

Momen calls on US to take more medicines from Bangladesh

Dhaka, June 21: Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen urged the United States to import more Bangladeshi-produced medicines.

Fair election advocates have nothing to fear: Peter Haas

Dhaka, May 31: US Ambassador to Bangladesh Peter Haas said those who support free and fair elections and work towards that goal have nothing to fear about the new US visa policy.

We are not stressed about new US visa policy: Foreign Minister

Dhaka, May 26: Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen said that the government is under no pressure regarding the new visa policy announced by the United States for the democratic election process in Bangladesh.

US will impose visa restrictions if democratic elections are obstructed

Dhaka, May 25: US Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken said visa restrictions will be imposed on Bangladeshis responsible for or involved in obstructing the democratic election process in Bangladesh. This was announced in a statement of the US Embassy in Dhaka on Wednesday night by announcing a separate visa policy for Bangladesh.

US citizens advised to move cautiously

Dhaka, May 22: The US Embassy in Dhaka has advised US citizens in Bangladesh to exercise caution. This warning was given ahead of the National Assembly elections.

News about US sanctions is baseless: Foreign Ministry

Dhaka, May 22: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has claimed that the news published in a national daily about the US sanctions is baseless. On Sunday (May 21), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs shared this information in an official statement.

US will not comment on 'participatory elections' in Bangladesh: US Deputy Asst Secretary of State

Dhaka, May 16: A visiting official of the US State Department said that the United States is not concerned with the participation of any particular party in the upcoming elections in Bangladesh, however, the United States wants the elections to be held in a free and fair environment.

US can be Bangladesh's strongest partner: PM in round table meeting

Dhaka, May 3: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said, 'United States can be Bangladesh's strongest partner. The US is currently our single largest export destination, the largest source of foreign direct investment, a long-standing development partner and an important source of training and technology.'

US does not want caretaker government: Foreign Minister

Dhaka, April 15: Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen said that the United States also wants fair and impartial elections in Bangladesh. They do not want a caretaker government, and they want election according to the law of the country. They are happy with the various steps taken including the formation of a strong Election Commission for fair elections.