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You need to give best service to expatriates: Foreign Minister tells officials

It is necessary to analyze why Muslims fell behind: Sheikh Hasina

BNP is discouraging expats from sending remittances: Obaidul Quader

Sentence of BNP leader Iqbal Hasan Mahmud Tuku and Aman Ullah Aman upheld in corruption case

BNP leader Chand remanded for 3 more days

United States wants fair and peaceful elections in Bangladesh

Dhaka, May 27: The United States wants to see the next elections in Bangladesh free, fair and peaceful. At the same time, the country also said that the United States is happy to welcome the new visa policy announced by the US government to Bangladesh. Ministry spokesman Matthew Miller said this at the regular press briefing of the US State Department on Thursday local time. The details of the briefing are presented on the website of the US State Department.

US visa policy supportive of PM's promises: Momen

Dhaka, May 25: The new US visa policy supports Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's promise for credible elections. That's because Washington issued an advance warning to impose visa restrictions on people who would disrupt fair elections in the South Asian nation.

US may not want me in power: Sheikh Hasina to BBC

Dhaka, May 16: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that the United States may not want her in power as the  banned Bangladesh's special security forces. She claimed that due to the continuation of democracy in Bangladesh for the last 14 years, there has been extraordinary development in the country.

Georgia Senate Passes Resolution Appreciating Bangladesh's Humanity, Foreign Minister shows appreciation

Dhaka, May 5: Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen expressed his gratitude and appreciation to those concerned for passing a resolution in the Georgia State Senate of the United States of America, praising Bangladesh's unprecedented economic development, regional peace and stability, contribution to development and prosperity and humanitarianism for more than a decade.

US lauds Prime Minister's commitment to fair elections

Dhaka, May 4: The United States has praised Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's clear commitment to ensure free and fair elections. Besides, the country has also praised the international observers for opening the way to observe the election of Bangladesh.

USA: Flirting with fundamentalist Islam

The United States (US) government is like a loose cannon with its double standards and hypocrisy in lecturing and pillorying other countries’ human rights shortcomings as if it has the moral and ethical superiority on this matter. It has once again accused the current Awami League government in Bangladesh of committing human rights violations in its recently released 2022 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices. The report by the US State Department regarding Bangladesh has sparked concerns as it seems to support the Islamist outfit Jamaat-e-Islam (JeI).

Bangladesh seeking US assistance in increasing RAB's efficiency

Dhaka, February 16: US State Department Counselor Derek Chollet applauded the positive changes in the operations of the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) and stressed the importance of sustainable reforms. On the other hand, the Foreign Minister of Bangladesh, Dr. AK Abdul Momen, sought the involvement and assistance of the United States in increasing RAB's efficiency.

U.S. State Department Under Secretary Derek Chollet arrives in Dhaka

Dhaka, February 15: Senior Policy Adviser to US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and Counselor Derek Chollet, acting as Under Secretary of the State Department, arrived in Dhaka on Tuesday evening on a two-day official visit. Masoud Bin Momen, Senior Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, welcomed Chollet and USAID Administrator Counselor Clinton White at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport.

Prime Minister Hasina attends US President Joe Biden's reception

Dhaka, September 22: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina attended a reception hosted by US President Joe Biden in New York on Wednesday evening.

Resolution raised in Congress on 50th anniversary of Bangladesh-US diplomatic relations

Dhaka, May 7: On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the establishment of Bangladesh-US diplomatic relations, the US Congress has raised a bipartisan resolution. According to a press release received in Dhaka on Thursday, Brian Higgins, a Democratic congressman from New York, presented the proposal to Congress, which was co-sponsored by Amata Coleman Radewagen, a Republican congresswoman from American Samoa. The proposal has been sent to the House Committee on Foreign Affairs.

New York's Supreme Court dismisses Bangladesh's reserve theft case

Dhaka, April 13: The Supreme Court of New York in the United States has dismissed the case filed against Bangladesh Bank for recovering stolen money from its reserves.

Government to hire lawyers in the United States to lift RAB ban

Dhaka, April 12: The government wants to fight a legal battle to lift the US embargo on the RAB. To that end, Dhaka is going to hire a lawyer in the United States. Foreign Secretary Masood bin Momen made the remarks while addressing reporters at the State Department after his visit to the United States on Monday.

Bangladesh-US relations will be further improved: Foreign Minister

Dhaka, April 8: Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen said, "The excellent bilateral and friendly relations between Bangladesh and the United States will be further strengthened in the future."

Letter seeking RAB ban is private: EU Ambassador

Dhaka, January 27: Ivan Stefanec, a member of the European Parliament, has written to the European Union (EU) Foreign Office seeking a ban on the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB). This is a personal letter. EU Ambassador to Dhaka Charles Whiteley said he had no information on the matter.

US talking about justice after sheltering murderers: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina

Dhaka, December 29: Criticising the USA, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that the country talks about corruption in Bangladesh where in relaity it has sheltered several of Bangabandhu's assassins.