Shortly after Bangladesh gained independence in 1971, on February 22, 1972, diplomatic relations were established between the then SFRY and the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, which were based from the very beginning on understanding, mutual friendship and cooperation established primarily through the Non-Aligned Movement.
Relations between our country and one of the most densely populated countries in the world, Bangladesh, are characterized by the existence of significant space for intensifying political dialogue and improving cooperation in areas of mutual interest for the two friendly states.
In the current geopolitical moment, the historical legacy in relations between Serbia and Bangladesh, which includes 50 years of bilateral cooperation, represents a good basis for even stronger and more successful cooperation between the two countries in the future. The intensification of high diplomatic contacts is a clear indicator of the will and readiness of both parties to further encourage and strengthen the political, economic and social cooperation between Serbia and Bangladesh.
Expert collaboration: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia.
Artistic realization: Boban Savić, MA, academic painter