Diplomats have sought a proper investigation into the killing of two foreigners in Bangladesh recently.
They have, however, expressed their satisfaction over the security measures taken by the government in the wake of killing two foreigners.
British High Commissioner Robert Gibson, who is also dean of the diplomatic corps, made the remark while talking to journalists after the government briefing to the foreign diplomats.
Bangladesh foreign minister AH Mahmood Ali briefed the diplomats at the state guest house Padma on Tuesday afternoon.
Gibson said, "We are satisfied over the steps taken by the government following the killings of Tavella in Dhaka and Hoshi at Rangpur. We've to jointly combat the evil forces".
Foreign minister Mahmood Ali said, "We have briefed the foreign diplomats in Dhaka on the country's law and order and security measures taken by the government".
The foreign diplomats lauded the government's security measures, the foreign minister claimed.
"We've assured the diplomats of proper investigation into the killings and the perpetrators would be brought to book," Mahmood Ali added.