WE CAN END TB By: Earl R. Miller, U.S. Ambassador to Bangladesh

Nine year old Sabbir was ill.  For several weeks he complained of chest pain and had a bad cough, sometimes coughing blood.  His parents took him to a pharmacy where he was misdiagnosed and given ineffective medication.  When his symptoms did not go away, Sabbir went to a doctor who fortunately recognized the symptoms of ...
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U.S. Ambassador Earl R. Miller Visits USAID Development Programs in Jashore and Khulna

U.S. Ambassador to Bangladesh Earl R. Miller today concluded his first tour to Jashore and Khulna, where he visited key USAID agriculture, labor and food assistance programs and met with students at the Khulna American Corner. Ambassador Miller, accompanied by USAID Deputy Mission Director Zeinah Salahi, met with government officials, community leaders and program participants ...
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Statement by Earl Miller, United States Ambassador to Bangladesh, Election Violence in Bangladesh

I thank Chief Election Commissioner Huda and all members of the Election Commission for taking the time to meet with me today at short notice.  I asked for this meeting because the United States is concerned by the high level of campaign violence over the last two weeks.  All parties have been victims of violence, ...
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Ambassador Earl Miller Meets with The American Chamber of Commerce in Bangladesh (AmCham) Business Leaders

The strength of the U.S. private sector is one of our country’s core competitive advantages.  I am proud that the United States is the single biggest market for Bangladeshi exports and the largest investor in Bangladesh.  U.S. companies are bringing some of the best and most innovative technologies to this country.
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Remarks By Ambassador Earl R. Miller After Meeting CEC

The United States encourages the Government of Bangladesh to hold, as the Honorable Prime Minister has said, “free, fair, and credible elections”. We’re concerned about the recent incidents of violence in 18 districts throughout the country.  Everyone, no matter the political party or sentiment, should act peacefully and responsibly.  All sides must eschew violence.  Violence ...
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New U.S. Ambassador Visits Rohingya Refugees and Bangladesh Host Communities in Cox’s Bazar

New U.S. Ambassador to Bangladesh Earl R. Miller visited several Rohingya refugee camps and Bangladesh host communities during a December 4-6 trip to Cox’s Bazar.  On his inaugural visit, he went to Konarpara to see the internally displaced Rohingya sheltering in no-man’s land, where a tall border fence has been built just behind them.  He ...
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