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Bangladesh–Cyprus relations

Bangladesh-Cyprus relations



Bangladesh–Cyprus relations refer to the bilateral relations between Bangladesh and Cyprus. Neither country has a resident ambassador. Both the countries are members of Non-Aligned Movement, Commonwealth of Nations [1] Relations between the two countries have remained cordial with both the countries showing willingness to strengthen it further.[2]


  • Cooperation in education 1
  • Economic cooperation 2
  • Cultural 3
  • References 4

Cooperation in education

Bangladesh and Cyprus have been cooperating each other in the education sector.[3] A number of Bangladeshi students get admitted into Cypriot universities to seek entrance in the European job market.[4][5]

Economic cooperation

Bangladesh and Cyprus have shown interest to expand the existing bilateral economic activities between the two countries and have been working in this regard.[6][7] Bangladeshi ready made garments, pharmaceuticals, leather and leather products have been identified as having good potential in the Cypriot market.[8][9]


Bangladesh sent two captive born female elephants to Paphos zoo. The asian elephants were reared by Bangladesh Forest Development Corporation.[10][11]


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