"There is no reason for new sanction. I don't have any idea on it. It depends on individual countries"
Foreign Minister Momen’s meeting with US Secretary of State Anthony J Blinken was understandably a delicate one.
Good morning. If you’re waking to a horde of texts from last night — like General Secretary Obaidul Quader who complained about receiving night calls from Bangladesh Chhatra League — then catching up with the news can seem cumbersome. So, here are five quick things to know to start your day up-to-date.
It is particularly disheartening and a cause for grave concern as the standard of our diplomacy has been questioned by domestic as well as foreign media.
Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader today said that he did not know whether Foreign Minister Abdul Momen would lose the portfolio for his recent controversial statement.
The government of India has no comment on the recent remarks the Bangladesh foreign minister made, noting that there is a debate about its accuracy.
Awami League Presidium Member Abdur Rahman today (August 20, 2022) said Foreign Minister Abdul Momen is not a party member and so there is no reason to misunderstand Awami League for the statement he made on seeking India’s help for sustaining the government.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has thanked Bangladesh for reiterating its support for One-China Policy while sharing in detail that some countries “misunderstand and misinterpret” them and they need to follow international rules.