In the picture from the left: Norway’s next Ambassador to Dhaka Sidsel Bleken, departing Ambassador Merete Lundemo, Foreign Minister Mahmood Ali, Foreign Minister Børge Brende, Bangladesh’ Ambassador to Norway Golam Sarwar and Director General for Europe Mohammad Khorsed A. Khastagir.In the picture from the left: Norway’s next Ambassador to Dhaka Sidsel Bleken, departing Ambassador Merete Lundemo, Foreign Minister Mahmood Ali, Foreign Minister Børge Brende, Bangladesh’ Ambassador to Norway Golam Sarwar and Director General for Europe Mohammad Khorsed A. Khastagir.

Bangladesh’s Foreign Minister Mahmood Ali had bilateral talks with Norway’s Foreign Minister Børge Brende in Oslo early September. Brende lauded Bangladesh Government’s actions against terrorism and violent extremism. Mahmood Ali expressed satisfaction for the growing interest of the Norwegian companies to Bangladesh for investment. He saw huge potential for joint ventures or business...

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Den 1. juli ble en restaurant i den diplomatiske sonen i Dhaka utsatt for et alvorlig terrorangrep, der 20 sivile gjester er meldt drept. Nordmenn oppfordres til å holde seg oppdatert via lokale og internasjonale medier, samt følge de lokale myndigheters anvisninger.

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Ministry of Foreign Affairs 'While the global importance of the oceans continues to increase, their sustainability is coming under threat. As a maritime nation, Norway can play a leading role in the vital efforts to safeguard the oceans through international cooperation. We will elaborate on this in a white paper to the Storting,' said Minister of Foreign Affairs Børge Brende. There is growing...

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Childeren

The Norwegian government places high priority on education in its development and humanitarian policy. The aim of Norway’s funding efforts for education is to promote economic development, democratisation and the implementation of human rights, thus contributing towards the achievement of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Education is a fundamental human right underpinning the exercise of a...

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Their Majesties King Harald and Queen Sonja mark the 25th anniversary of their ascension to the Norwegian throne.

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Norway enjoys good bilateral relations with Bangladesh, dating back to the country’s independence in 1971. Norway’s engagement has traditionally been focused on development cooperation, with Bangladesh being the 4th largest recipient of Norwegian bilateral aid in history. With Bangladesh’s rapid development and high economic growth our relationship has shifted from being merely partners in aid,...

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The Embassy has primarily three strategic objectives, which are seen in close connection: business cooperation and private sector development; political dialogue on issues of mutual interest; and development cooperation.

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From left :Norwegian State Minister for Trade, Industry and Fisheries Dilek Ayhan,Danish Minister for Employment Jørn Neergaard Larsen, Foreign Minister of Bangladesj AH Mahmood Ali and Ambassador at Swedish Ministry of Justice Ms Eva Åkerman-Börje are cutting the ribbon. 
Photo: The Royal Norwegian Embassy.

Tuesday 19th January marked the successful inauguration of the Nordic Embassies. The far-reaching integration of the new Nordic embassies will further strengthen the ties between Bangladesh and our countries. The festive atmosphere was also graced by Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali, Danish Minister for Employment Jørn Neergaard Larsen, Norwegian State Minister for Trade, Industry and Fisheries...

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