The Awami League yesterday briefed foreign diplomats stationed in Dhaka on the latest political issues including the election and law and order situation of the country.
Over 50 diplomats from different countries attended the briefing organised by the party's international affairs sub-committee at a city hotel, said a press release.
AL Advisory Council Member and Prime Minister's Political Affairs Adviser HT Imam, AL International Affairs Sub-Committee Chairman Ambassador Muhammad Zamir, International Affairs Secretary Shammi Ahmed and former Bangladesh Bank Governor Atiur Rahman addressed the briefing.
A booklet titled “From Mujib to Hasina: Awami League in the international arena” illustrating formulation and shaping of the country's foreign policies over the years to take the country to a new height was launched at the event.
As the most liberal political party, the AL is completely committed to extend all-out cooperation in holding the election in a free and fair manner, said HT Imam.
He also said AL leaders and activists were attacked ahead of the election.
The diplomats were provided with dossiers on Bangladesh's impressive socio-economic development under the successive Awami League governments and information on the “crimes and misdeeds” by BNP-Jamaat leaders and activists.