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UAE Urges Higher Profile for Bangladesh – Dhaka Post

Abdulla Ali Al Hmoudi, the mission’s chargé d’affaires, said the number of Bangladeshi engineers, doctors and nurses in the UAE was rising

Abdulla Ali Al Hmoudi, UAE chargé d'affaires, meets Md Jashim Uddin, president of the Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry. Photo: UAE Embassy, Dhaka


The head of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) embassy in Bangladesh has urged the country to set up a pavilion in Dubai’s Global Village to promote trade and tourism, the Dhaka Post reported.

The UAE is a major labour market for Bangladesh construction workers, but Abdulla Ali Al Hmoudi, chargé d’affaires, said the number of Bangladeshis in respectable professions, including engineers, doctors and nurses, is increasing.

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