Former Foreign Secretary and Ambassador Hemayet Uddin published a book ‘Diplomacy in Obscurity: A Memoir.’ The book was published by University Press Ltd.
The Gregorian Alumni Club Limited, founded by alumni of St. Parsons Club, has been officially launched at GACL. Gregoris High School, Dhaka, Gulshan.
The colorful opening ceremony was attended by diplomats, entrepreneurs and leading businessmen, academics and academics, senior retired civil servants and defense officials, strategic analysts, media personalities and a large section of the city’s social elite.
Also present at the time were Planning Minister MA Mannan, Foreign Employment Minister Imran Ahmed, Advisor to the Prime Minister on International Relations Dr. Gawhar Rizvi, Chairman of the Communist Party of Bangladesh Mujahidul Islam Selim, former State Minister. Foreign Affairs, Abul Hossain Chowdhury and former Governor of Bangladesh Bank. Salehuddin Ahmed, an alumnus of the school and university and qualified to be a colleague in government service.
Hemayet Uddin’s second book “Diplomacy in Obscurity is a reminiscence of some of the experiences of his long career in the diplomatic service of Bangladesh.
Some of the challenges, limitations and opportunities that Bangladeshi diplomats have to face, endure and face in order to uphold the national interest of the country are unknown or hidden in obscurity.
Ambassador Dr. The book was unveiled by evaluating four prominent diplomats and scholars named Afsarul Quader, Ambassador Farooq Sobhan, Professor Amena Mohsin (DU) and Professor Shahab Enam Khan (JNU).