Momen explains what he meant by 'heaven'
Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen Saturday said his comments were "twisted" as he meant that the people of Bangladesh are in a far better situation compared to other countries amid global crises. "I said we are in a far better situation compared to other countries," he told reporters. "But everyone wrote that I said heaven." Comparing the situation with other countries, the foreign minister Friday said people in Bangladesh are leading a happy life and "living in a heaven" compared to other countries. Read: It's a joke with people, says BNP about Momen's comment on living in heaven He said a certain group is spreading panic claiming that Bangladesh will face a Sri Lanka-like situation. "This is baseless." Momen, however, acknowledged the challenges that Bangladesh is facing due to global crises. He claimed Bangladesh has enough dollar reserves and is just maintaining a bit of austerity considering future crises.