Bangladesh Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali | The Daily Star
  • Rohingya Repatriation: Progress quite insignificant

    The Bangladesh delegation to Myanmar, led by Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali, yesterday saw the trail of wide-spread devastation suffered by the people of the northern Rakhine State.

  • Govt committed to promoting religious freedom: Mahmood Ali

    The government is committed to promoting religious freedom and communal harmony in the society, Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali tells US Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom Samuel D Brownback in Washington.

  • No progress over Teesta deal, indicates FM

    Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali indicates that there is no progress over Teesta water-sharing deal saying that the purpose of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's Kolkata visit is something different.

  • Asa Britta Torkelsson and Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali

    New UNFPA representative meets foreign minister

    The newly appointed United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Representative in Bangladesh, Asa Britta Torkelsson, meets Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali.

  • Ban on direct air cargo to UK will go soon

    The two-year-long standing ban on Bangladesh’s direct air cargo to Britain will be going away soon.

  • Country's interest protected

    Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali yesterday said Dhaka protected its interest in signing the deal with Naypyitaw over the repatriation of Myanmar nationals and hoped to send them back home within “a reasonable time”.

  • Myanmar's proposal unrealistic: FM

    Bangladesh Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali says that Rohingyas’ repatriation process based on verification of their identities under the 1992 joint statement is now unrealistic.