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The prime minister will address the UNGA on Sept 24, says foreign minister
They are credited with generating billions for the South Korean economy
Dhaka’s decision is in protest of the absence of strong language with regard to the Rohingya crisis,...
It is nothing short of unacceptable to remain silent
Rohingyas' rights to return and citizenship must be respected, he says while visiting refugee camps...
Bangladesh reminded Myanmar that the Rohingya issue is not a bilateral one but it is Myanmar's internal...
Bangladesh and Myanmar signed the repatriation deal on November 23, 2017, but not a single Rohingya has...
The prime minister was addressing the high-level roundtable event held on the sidelines of the 75th United...
Side-events, such as New York Climate Week, are unlikely to welcome attendees to New York venues this...
The permanent representative said Bangladesh is marching along the path of development with a people-centered...
The UNGA has taken a crucial step in the right direction
The draft resolution was passed in UNGA Third Committee by 140 in favour, 9 against including China and...
Citizenship to be granted in accordance with that law, says Myanmar
The prime minister said this in a recent interview with Voice of America (VOA) on the sidelines of the...
Only sanctions from the international community can force Myanmar to bring about the changes needed
She will place a four-point proposal to solve the Rohingya crisis
She may place new proposals seeking solution to Rohingya crisis
Working-level meeting to be held soon, subject to Myanmar’s good intention
The Foreign Secretary invited the PGA to attend the multi-stakeholder conference on migration, emphasizing...
With our handling of the Rohingya crisis, Bangladesh now has the attention of the world
Sheikh Hasina is scheduled to leave Dhaka for New York to attend the 73rd session of UNGA on Friday
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