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Gulf countries do not allow US attack on Iran

Gulf monarchical governments are not allowing Washington to use US military bases on their territory to retaliate against Iranian attacks. US Gulf allies are working...
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We have to keep the relationship in balance

27th February Tuesday: After winning the National Assembly elections, Awami League general secretary spoke about three challenges facing the government. These are politics, economics and diplomacy. How do you see the government’s challenges as a foreign minister? Hasan Mahmud: The scope and field of work of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is very wide. We are currently in a tumultuous time. The world is fiercely divided. It is not an easy task to succeed diplomatically at this time. The motto of our foreign policy is friendship with all, enmity with none. We are following the same foreign policy, which was laid down by Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. There was a big challenge with the election. First, whether the election will happen or not. Secondly, whether the elections will be acceptable to everyone. In this, it has been proved that the whole world has been able to realize that a good election has been held in our country. Some had a bit of ambivalence, but that has passed. Honorable Prime Minister has been congratulated by the heads of state and government of about 70 countries of the world. US President Joe Biden has written to the Honorable Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina expressing his intention to work with her government and deepen our relationship. That is, our first challenge was whether the government would be an acceptable government worldwide.