Dhaka will stand by Saudi to protect Makkah

বৃহস্পতিবার, ২৪ নভেম্বর ২০১৬

24 November 2016 Bangladesh will stand by the Saudi Arabian government to defend the holy cities of Makkah and Madinah at all costs, Bangladesh Ambassador Golam Moshi has said.

“The Kingdom has stood with Bangladesh in good and bad times and we have an obligation to safeguard the holy places not only as a friendly country, but also as a Muslim country to protect our Ummah,” Arab news reported quoting the envoy.

Speaking on Bangladesh Armed Forces Day yesterday, the envoy said: “The day reminds us of the unique examples of selfless sacrifices that the undaunted members of our armed forces and freedom fighters played during the war of liberation in 1971.”

He described it as a rare demonstration of the highest sense of patriotism, dedication and indomitable spirit of liberating the motherland under the dynamic leadership of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, who is fondly remembered as the Father of the Nation.

Bangladesh will continue to contribute actively to international peace by advocating for the renunciation of the use of force, and for universal and complete disarmament as enshrined in the constitution, he concluded.

Golam Moshi reminded the Saudi officials that Bangladesh’s military cooperation with the Saudi Arabia started during the Gulf War.

Bangladesh Brig Gen Mohamed Farookul Haque hosted the reception which was attended by Maj Gen Sunaid Al-Mozaini, chief of the Armed Forces Intelligence and Security Committee of Saudi, on behalf of Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, second deputy premier and minister of defense.Senior government officials, members of the diplomatic corps, and expatriates from the community attended the evening reception.

সর্বশেষ আপডেট বুধবার, ৩০ নভেম্বর -১ ০৬:০০
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