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List of diplomatic missions in Bangladesh

Map of diplomatic missions in Bangladesh

This is a list of diplomatic missions in Bangladesh. At present, the capital city of Dhaka hosts 48 resident embassies/high commissions, including the European Union delegation. Chittagong hosts two consulates and a dozen honorary consulates. There are also around 15-20 honorary consulates in Dhaka, and around 35 other countries have accredited missions to Bangladesh by being resident in neighboring nations.

Listed below are the resident missions currently present in Dhaka, Consulate-Generals in other cities of Bangladesh, and accredited (non-resident) missions.

Contents

  • Embassies/High Commissions 1
  • Missions 2
  • Consulates General/Consulates 3
  • Accredited Missions 4
  • See also 5
  • External links 6

Embassies/High Commissions

Dhaka

Missions

Consulates General/Consulates

Chittagong

Rajshahi

Sylhet

Accredited Missions

Resident in India:

Resident in Islamabad, Pakistan:

Other Resident Locations:

See also

External links

  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bangladesh
  • Export Promotion Bureau- Honorary consulates in Bangladesh[1]
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