The United States has said “nothing has changed” about their desire to see that the aspirations of Bangla-deshis are met.
“We obviously still believe in the importance of viable, vibrant democratic institutions all over the world,” National Security Council (NSC) Coordinator for Strategic Communications John Kirby told reporters during a media briefing at White House on January 10.
Bangladesh’s foreign friends and partners have already congratulated the Prime Minister and her party, Awami League, on election victory.
India, China, Russia, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Indonesia, the OIC, and other South Asian countries have congratulated her.
“Looking ahead, the United States remains committed to partnering with Bangladesh to advance our shared vision for a free and open Indo-Pacific, to supporting human rights and civil society in Bangla-desh, and to deepening our people-to-people and economic ties,” US State Department Spokesperson Matthew Miller earlier said.