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Argentina–Bangladesh relations

 

Argentina–Bangladesh relations

Argentina–Bangladesh relations
Map indicating locations of  Argentina  and  Bangladesh

Argentina

Bangladesh

Argentina–Bangladesh relations refer to the bilateral relations between Argentina and Bangladesh.

Contents

  • Diplomacy 1
  • Trade and economic relations 2
  • Other cooperations 3
  • References 4

Diplomacy

Bangladesh opened a diplomatic mission in Argentina in the 1970s, but it has since been closed.[1]

In 2008, Ernesto Carlos Alvarez was appointed as Argentine Ambassador to Bangladesh.[2]

In 2011, former foreign secretary of Bangladesh Mohamed Mijarul Quayes paid an official visit to Buenos Aires.[3]

Trade and economic relations

Bangladesh and Argentina have shown interest in expanding the bilateral economic activities between the two countries.[2] Bangladeshi ships, pharmaceuticals, ready made garments,[4] melamine and ceramics[5] have been identified as products with huge potential in the Argentinian market.[6] There is a good demand in Argentina for Bangladeshi ceramics with FARR Ceramics being a major Bangladeshi ceramics exporter to Argentina.[7]

Exports of soybean oil from Argentina to Bangladesh are expanding.[8]

Other cooperations

Argentina has shown interests to conduct Spanish-language course for Bangladeshi officials. Argentina also intends to sign visa waiver agreement with Bangladesh.[9]

References

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