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Own correspondent, Dhaka, 28 October 2023: Two major political parties of the country have announced the rally on 28 October. There is panic among the common people in counter-programme. In such a situation, the United States and the United Kingdom have warned the citizens of their respective countries ahead of October 28.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, 14 September 2023: Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal said that talks are underway to make a prisoner exchange agreement with the United Kingdom. The minister said this while replying to questions from reporters after the general law and order meeting on the occasion of upcoming Durga Puja at the Secretariat on Thursday.
Dhaka, Sept 13: BNP leader Tarique Rahman is on political asylum in UK. Foreign Secretary Masood Bin Momen said that the legal process to bring back the Bangladeshi convicts who are staying in that country is ongoing.
Dhaka, Sept 13: Bangladesh and the UK have expressed interest in working more closely on economic, trade and security issues. The interest was expressed at the fifth UK-Bangladesh Strategic Dialogue between Britain's Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) and Bangladesh's Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Dhaka on Tuesday.
Dhaka, July 28: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has sought the UK's cooperation in the development of Bangladesh's railway sector. Hasina sought this cooperation when former British Prime Minister and Executive Chairman of the Institute for Global Change, Tony Blair, paid a courtesy call on her on Thursday evening at Ganabhaban, the PM's official residence.
Dhaka, July 6: Visiting British International Trade Minister Nigel Huddleston has assured his government's full support to realize the dream of developing Bangladesh as an aviation hub and exchange experiences in the tourism sector.
Dhaka, June 20: The UK has launched the Developing Country Trade Scheme (DCTS) to reduce tariffs on goods entering the UK from 65 developing countries, including Bangladesh.
Dhaka, June 20: The UK Minister of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Anne-Marie Trevelyan has assured that the British government will continue to support the democratic process in Bangladesh.
Dhaka, 5 June 2023 : Minister of Information and Broadcasting and Joint General Secretary of Awami League Hasan Mahmud said that the budget deficit of India, United Kingdom and United States is more than that of Bangladesh.
Dhaka, 19 March 2023 : A UK delegation paid a courtesy call on Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at her official residence Ganobhaban on Saturday night.
Dhaka, December 3: The government has called for increasing the number of visas and skill-enhancing scholarships for Bangladeshi women in the UK. Minister of State for Women and Children Fazilatun Nessa Indira made this call in a bilateral meeting with Lord Tariq Ahmed, Minister of State for Middle East, North Africa, South Asia and United Nations Affairs of the British Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office.
Dhaka, October 8: The United Kingdom has recognized Bangladesh's coronavirus vaccine certificate. This information has been given in a notification sent from the Bangladesh High Commission of the United Kingdom on Friday (October 8).
Dhaka, June 9: Covid-19 vaccination has been stopped in 42 districts and almost half the centres in Dhaka, according to a report by the Depart of Health on Tuesday.
Dhaka, October 13: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has organised a program on sustainable assistance to the Rohingya on 22 October which will have the participation of the United Kingdom, the European Union and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). Although Bangladesh has been invited to participate in the event, it has not yet been announced what will be discussed. However, the government does not agree with the information that Bangladesh has received from various sources about the meeting and the content that will be discussed.
New York: Radicalized on British soil as a London schoolgirl, an independent UN expert welcomed a Court of Appeal ruling in the United Kingdom on Thursday, to allow 20-year-old Shamima Begum to return home from Syria to challenge the Government’s removal of her citizenship.