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Bangladesh–Kyrgyzstan relations

Bangladesh-Kyrgyzstan relations


Bangladesh–Kyrgyzstan relations refer to the bilateral (two-way) relations between Bangladesh and Kyrgyzstan. Relations between the two countries have been described as strong.[1] Neither country has a resident ambassador.


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  • Culture 2
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The education sector has been recognised as a potential field for furthering the bilateral cooperation between Bangladesh and Kyrgyzstan. Kyrgyzstan has shown interest in providing scholarships to Bangladeshi students who intend to pursue higher education.[2]


Bangladesh and Kyrgyzstan have identified cultural cooperation as an important way of expanding their bilateral ties. In 2014, a

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In 2013, a Bangladeshi trade delegation, led by former commerce secretary Mahbub Ahmed, visited Kyrgyzstan to explore potential ways for increasing bilateral trade and investment.[8][9] The imposition of double taxation has been identified as a hurdle to the expansion of bilateral trade.[10]

Bangladesh and Kyrgyzstan have both shown a strong interest in expanding bilateral economic activities.[4] Bangladesh has shown interest in importing cotton in bulk from Kyrgyzstan for its textile industry.[5] Ready-made garments, pharmaceuticals, and agricultural products have been identified as potential sectors to increase bilateral trade and investment.[6] The jewelery industry is also promising.[7]



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