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London, Nov 29: Bangladesh High Commissioner to the United Kingdom Saida Muna Tasnim was unanimously elected as the First Vice President of the 33rd Assembly of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in London on Monday with 150 votes.
Beijing, Nov 24: Chinese authorities have closed or modified hundreds of mosques in the country's Ningxia and Gansu regions. These two regions have the largest Muslim population after Xinjiang. This information was given in the report published by the international human rights organization Human Rights Watch (HRW) on Wednesday.
Brussels, Oct 25: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina arrived in Brussels on Wednesday to attend the 'Global Gateway Forum' to be held in the Belgian capital on October 25-26 at the invitation of European Commission (EC) President Ursula von der Leyen.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, 7 October 2023: Parliamentary Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs of Japan Masahiro Okamura commented that the construction of third terminal of Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport and Matarbari deep sea port will help Bangladesh to get out of the list of least developed countries (LDC).
London, Oct 2: Leaders of the Bangladesh Hindu Association, which represents the Hindu community of Bangladeshi origin in the UK, lauded Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's visionary leadership for significant economic development and practical steps towards establishing a secular and oppression-free democratic Bangladesh.
London, Sept 30: Speakers at a high-level panel discussion in London praised Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's leadership in encouraging women in the maritime industry, including including women in marine academies. The event titled 'Empowering Women in Maritime and Ocean Diplomacy' was organized last Wednesday at the International Maritime Organization (IMO) on the initiative of the Bangladesh High Commission in London.
Richmond, Sept 29: Commenting that she does not care about any country's sanctions, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that we will make arrangements for the development that is sustainable today.
Washington, Sept 26: US State Department spokesperson Matthew Miller said that the United States announced the visa policy not to take any side but to ensure free, fair and peaceful elections in Bangladesh.
New York, Sept 23: Drawing the attention of the world community to return the Rohingya refugees, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that the attention of the world community should not turn away from this huge population.
New York, Sept 22: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has signed the Marine Biodiversity of Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction (BBNJ) agreement to protect the world's oceans and rivers from damage to the fragile marine environment due to overfishing and other human activities.
New York, Sept 21: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina attended the reception organized by US President Joe Biden. Joe Biden hosted a banquet at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Tuesday evening local time in honor of the heads of state and government of various countries who were in New York to participate in the 78th United Nations General Assembly session.
New York, Sept 20: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that community-based primary health care is the key to achieving universal health care. She called on development partners to support the efforts of developing countries to bring healthcare to all.
New York, Sept 20: Bangladesh has sought the US's help in putting pressure on Myanmar to repatriate the Rohingyas.
New York, Sept 18: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has arrived in New York to attend the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). The Prime Minister's Press Wing said that the plane carrying the Prime Minister landed at the John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York at 9:15 am on Monday Bangladesh time.
Tripoli, Sept 16: The government of Bangladesh has sent relief materials including medicine and dry food to the people affected by the floods in Libya. A Bangladesh Air Force C-130J transport aircraft arrived in Libya on Friday with essential supplies.