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Canada has now become an arena for murderers: Foreign Minister

Dhaka, Sept 30: The diplomatic landscape is changing. After the killing of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijja raised tensions between India and Canada, Bangladesh has now raised its own complaint against Canada's extradition policy. Canada's refusal to extradite Noor Chowdhury, the murderer of Bangladesh's Father of the Nation Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, is now at the center of this controversy. In an exclusive interview with 'India Today', Bangladesh Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen said, "Canada cannot be the home of murderers. On the one hand, the killers are safe in Canada, on the other hand, the family members of the deceased are living in hardship."

We want a peaceful solution to any problem through discussion: Dr. Momen

Dhaka, Sept 8: Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen said that Bangladesh wants a peaceful solution to any problem through dialogue.

Govt is not harassing Dr. Yunus: Momen

Dhaka, Sept 1: Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen said that Bangladesh government is not harassing Nobel laureate Dr. Yunus for political or any other reasons.

Foreigners' conspiracy will not work: Foreign Minister

Dhaka, August 17: Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen said that the conspiracy of foreigners to destroy Bangladesh will not work. The minister believes that BNP will not want the country to be destroyed.

There is no matter of compromise, elections will be free and fair: Foreign Minister

Dhaka, August 14: There is no compromise between the major political parties around the upcoming 12th National Assembly elections. However, the election will be free, fair and impartial. Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen informed US Congressmen about the government's plans for the upcoming national elections of Bangladesh when two US Congressmen visiting Dhaka at Rashtriya Bhaban Padma on Sunday afternoon. After the meeting, the minister briefed the journalists.

Will lobby for return of Tarique if I get instructions: Foreign Minister

Dhaka, August 3: Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen has said that if the Justice Department gives directions, he will lobby for the return of the convicted BNP Acting Chairman Tarique Rahman to the country. The minister said this in response to a question from journalists at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Wednesday afternoon.

Two MoUs will be signed during PM's visit to Italy: Foreign Minister

Dhaka, July 21: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will visit Italy on July 23 (Sunday) to attend the Food Conference organized by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). Bangladesh will sign two memorandums of understanding with the country during the visit. Besides, she will hold a meeting with the ambassadors of Bangladesh assigned to Europe in Rome.

Diplomats' statements about Hero Alam unacceptable: Momen

Dhaka, July 20: Expressing displeasure at the joint statement issued by foreign missions in Dhaka regarding the attack on Hero Alam, Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen said that such 'workmanlike behavior' from diplomats is not acceptable. When reporters asked for his comments on this, he said, "This is not acceptable. Only when something happens in Bangladesh, they create noise."

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.

Bangladesh will soon get good news on human rights issue

Dhaka, June 29: Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen MP commented that Bangladesh will soon get good news on the issue of human rights.

Amnesty's call for peacekeepers is deliberate: Foreign Minister

Dhaka, June 28: Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen commented that the appeal of the United Kingdom-based human rights organization Amnesty International to the United Nations regarding the inclusion of members of the law enforcement forces in Bangladesh as peacekeeping forces is well-intentioned.

Dhaka determined to meet the goal of increasing UN women peacekeepers: Foreign Minister

Dhaka, June 26: Referring to Dhaka's determination to fulfill the goal of increasing women peacekeepers in the United Nations, Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen said that Bangladesh is already increasing the number of women peacekeepers according to the Uniform Gender Parity Strategy of the United Nations.

I have told all countries to take Rohingyas: Foreign Minister

Dhaka, May 30: Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen has advised the countries that have not yet had favorable conditions for the repatriation of the Rohingyas to take the Rohingyas to their own countries. He said this while talking to reporters at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Monday.

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.

No ambassador will be given extra police protocol: Foreign Minister

Dhaka, May 16: Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen announced the government's decision that the ambassadors of any country, including the United States and the United Kingdom, posted in Bangladesh will not be given additional security privileges.