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Bangladesh and Maldives: Efforts to unlock potential for deepening bilateral relations by Mohammad Tarikul Islam May 04,2021   |  Source: Khabar Hub

The fundamental foreign policies of Bangladesh originate from article no. 25 of the Constitution of Bangladesh. The foreign policy of Bangladesh comprises of personal circumstance techniques picked by the constitution of the nation to defend its national advantages and to accomplish objectives inside its worldwide relations milieu. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs details and executes the strategies as indicated by the direction from the important segment of the constitution of Bangladesh. “Friendship to all, malice to none” what Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman articulated in the 1972 constitution is very much relevant still now and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is maintaining diplomatic relations with the world following the policy. Bangladesh and Maldives, countries of South Asia with different ecological conditions, social systems, and historical and cultural backgrounds are making smooth progress in their bilateral relations. The Maldives and Bangladesh established diplomatic relations on 22 September 1978. The Maldives opened its High Commission in Bangladesh in 2008. In 2011 Maldives government removed duty on all Bangladesh exports to the country. The Maldives closed its High Commission in Dhaka in March 2014 after the foreign ministry budget was slashed by 40


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