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  • Ambassador Maj. General John Gomes, psc (Retd) at his office
  • Mr. Justice Md. Muzammel Hossain, Hon’ble Chief Justice, Bangladesh Supreme Court and members of the Bangladesh Supreme Court visited Manila from 23-28 August 2014 for a study tour programme.
  • H.E. Mr. Tofail Ahmed, MP, Hon’ble Minister, Ministry of Commerce visited Manila from 20-24 May, 2014 to attend the 23rd World Economic Forum on East Asia organized by the World Economic Forum in Switzerland at Makati Shangri-La Hotel, Makati City.
  • Vice Admiral M. Farid Habib, ndc, psc, Chief of Naval Staff, Bangladesh Navy visited Manila from 21-25 May 2014 to attend the United States Naval War College 10th Regional Alumni Symposium organized by the United States Naval War College with the theme “Enhancing Regional Maritime Stability”.
  • Lt. Gen. Abu Belal Md. Shafiul Huq, ndc, psc, Principal Staff Officer, Armed Forces Division, Prime Minister’s Secretariat alongwith his wife visited Manila from 13-18 July 2014 for a study tour programme.
  • Maj. Gen. Sajjadul Haque, afwc, psc, Commandant, Defence Services Command and Staff College visited Manila from 28 October to 01 November 2014 for a study tour programme.
  • Bangladesh Ambassador Maj. Gen. John Gomes, psc (retd) and H.E. Mr. Ricardo P. Garcia, Chairman of the Philippines Sports Commission signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Sports Cooperation between the Government of the Republic of the Philippines and Government of Bangladesh on 5 November 2014 at the Department of Foreign Affairs, Pasay City.
  • The signing of MOU on Sports Cooperation witnessed by H.E. Ms. Minda Calaguian-Cruz, Assistant Secretary and Mr. Edwin Gil Q. Menelzo, Director, Asian and Pacific Affairs, Department of Foreign Affairs, Government of the Republic of the Philippines.
  • Ambassador inaugurated the MRV/MRP at Manila Mission on 13 November 2014. Senior Secretary of HOME Affairs, Dr. Muhammad Mojammel khan was present.
  • Dr. Atiur Rahman, Governor of Bangladesh Bank visited Manila from 23-28 November 2014 to receive an award for his contribution as a "Poor Man's Economist" from Gusi Peace Prize Foundation.

 

We are launching Beta Version of Website of Bangladesh Embassy in Manila

November 28, 2012 | Embassy Latest News

We are launching Beta Version of Website of Bangladesh Embassy in Manila

Bangladesh Embassy took new direction to have website. Main Purpose of this website is offering information about Consular Services which include downloadable file for Visa application, Passport Renewal form and other forms which need for foreigner and Bangladeshi here in Manila. Website also in

John Gomes new envoy to Philippines

November 28, 2012 | Embassy Latest News

John Gomes new envoy to Philippines

  Dhaka, Oct 3  – The government has appointed retired Major General John Gomes as the new Bangladesh Ambassador to the Philippines. He was commissioned in the Bangladesh Army as an infantry officer in 1977 and retired as a Major General in 2008. A graduate from the Defence Service

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