United States Assistant Secretary Rena Bitter coming to Dhaka
Leaders under 'US Visa ban' will get Awami League nomination in upcoming polls
PM will cross Padma Setu by train to join public meeting in Faridpur
Never went to USA, will not go in future: Outgoing Chief Justice
Ananta Jalil-Barsha celebrate 12th marriage anniversary
Dhaka, November 15: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that no one can stop the unstoppable progress of Bangladesh.
Dhaka, July 7: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has termed the US sanctions on Russia-Ukraine war as a violation of human rights.
Dhaka, March 8: Expat Ukrainian citizens residing in Bangladesh whose visa have expired, will not be deported. They can stay here without penalty. Due to the war situation in Ukraine, the Bangladesh government has taken three decisions for the citizens of the country. A letter in this regard was sent to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs from the Security Services Department of the Ministry of Home Affairs on Sunday (March 6).
Dhaka, March 2: Aksana Lapikawakabir, a citizen of Ukraine, has been living in Dhaka for the last 20 years. However, her relatives all live in Ukraine. After the Russian invasion of the country, Aksana is worried about the safety of her relatives. She said in broken Bengali, we do not want war, we want peace. I want this war to end as soon as possible.