State Department principal deputy spokesperson said that one of the biggest reasons that Bangladesh fell to 10 places to 162 out of 180 countries in the latest World Press Freedom Index was the DSA
The United States has extended the authority of consular officers to waive in-person interviews for certain non-immigrant visa categories throughout 2023.
A new US report says Bangladesh government has not met the minimum requirements of fiscal transparency although made significant progress towards meeting international requirements for the first time ever.
The US Government and American people greet the Bengalis around the world on the occasion “Pahela Baishakh”, the first day of Bengali New Year.
The United States remains focused on steps that will improve the situation for Rohingya refugees and all people in Myanmar as well as promoting accountability for those that were responsible for these atrocities, says Deputy Spokesperson at US Department of State Robert Palladino.
Acting assistant secretary of US Department of State for South and Central Asian Affairs Alice Wells arrives in Dhaka on a two-day.
The US Department of State has said while terrorist attacks in 2016 decreased by 9 percent globally, at the same time Bangladesh
In light of the recent spate of killings of bloggers, intellectuals, and religious minorities in the country, the United States assures that they will continue to stand with Bangladesh in its efforts to counter terrorist activities prevailing in the country.
The US Department of State’s Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for South and Central Asian Affairs William E Todd will lead an interagency delegation on a visit to Bangladesh.