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>EX-ambassadors of the country on Wednesday stressed the need for a more proactive foreign policy replacing the existing one, which remains ‘reactive’ only to developments in other countries. (Read full story)
Criticising the neglect shown to matters of foreign affairs over the years, the former ambassadors urged for putting foreign policy in the centre of governance ‘as done in the rest of the world’.
Over 20 former ambassadors, who represented Bangladesh to different countries over the past few decades, underscored the need for bringing changes to the foreign policy apparatus at a roundtable discussion.
The Daily Star and the Centre for Foreign Affairs Studies (C-Fas) jointly organised the roundtable titled ‘Future Direction of Bangladesh Foreign Policy’ in the newspaper’s office.


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