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Bangladesh–Senegal relations

 

Bangladesh–Senegal relations

Bangladesh–Senegal relations
Map indicating locations of Bangladesh and Senegal

Bangladesh

Senegal

Bangladesh–Senegal relations refer to the bilateral relations between Bangladesh and Senegal. Senegal was first African country to recognize Bangladesh following its independence in 1971. Bangladesh has an embassy in Dakar whilst Senegal has no resident ambassador in Bangladesh. Relations between the two countries have been considered cordial with both the countries working towards further strengthen it.[1]

Cooperation in the international forums

In 2003, Senegal supported Bangladesh's candidature for Secretary General of the

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Bangladesh and Senegal have shown mutual interest in expanding the bilateral economic activities between the two countries and have been taking necessary steps in this regard. Senegal has expressed an interest in investing in the promising sectors of Bangladesh.[3] Bangladesh has identified ceramics, pharmaceuticals, ready made garments, jute and leather goods as exports with potential in the Senegalese market. In addition, Bangladesh has invited Senegal to recruit skilled man power from Bangladesh who would contribute in the socio-economic development of the country.[4]

Economic cooperation

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