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Bangladesh–Hungary relations


Bangladesh–Hungary relations

Bangladesh-Hungary relations



Bangladesh–Hungary relations refer to the bilateral relations between Bangladesh and Hungary. Relations between the two countries have been considered as cordial with both the countries working towards further strengthen it.[1] Neither country has a resident ambassador.

Educational cooperation

Bangladesh and Hungary have been cooperating each other in the education sector. Hungary has been providing scholarships to Bangladeshi students. Both the countries have stressed the need for exchange in the education sector.[2]

Economic cooperation

Bangladesh and Hungary have shown their interest in expanding the bilateral economic activities between the two countries and have been undertaking necessary steps to ensure it.[3][4] Bangladeshi jute and jute products, leather and leather products, ceramics, pharmaceuticals and ready made garments have been identified as products with huge potential in the Hungarian market.[5] Hungarian businesses have expressed their interest to invest in Bangladesh and have sent their delegations to explore potential ways for the improvement of bilateral trade and investment between the two countries.[6]


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