EMBASSY OF THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF BANGLADESH
ANKARA, TURKEY

NEWS & PRESS RELEASES


Expression of Interest (EOI) for Project Implementation Consultants
Invitation for International Tender (DAP Fertilizer Company Limited)
Invitation for International Open Tender (BISF, Bangladesh)
International Tender Notice AFCCL, Bangladesh
Ashuganj Fertilizer & Chemical Co. Ltd. International Tender Notice
Invitation for Bids (IFB)
Invitation for Bids
Invitation for Bids (IFB)
Notice on Consular Fees
Invitation for Bıds (IFB) (Procurement of 50.000 nos. of Laptops)
'Pahela Baishakh' (Bangla New Year - 1423)
INVITATION for BIDS for the procurement of 1000 units Motor Bike
Admission of Foreign Nationals at Undergraduate Programme for Academic Session 2015-2016
ADMISSION NOTICE for FOREIGN NATIONALS in the Medical / Dental Colleges for 2015-2016
URGENT NOTICE for MRP
INVITATION AND APPLICATION FORM for CIP (NRB)
INTERNATIONAL TENDER NOTICE (Red Lentil)
Invitation for Bids (Procurement of 5575 units Multimedia Projector / Package No: GD-409.02)
Invitation for Bids (5575 Units of Multimedia Projector / Package No: GD-409.01)
Invitation for Bids (Procurement of 3504 Units Multi Media Projector / Package No: GD 309.02)
Invitation for Bids (Laptop)
Invitation for Bids (Multimedia Projector)
"Dhaka Apparel Summit 2014"
Special Procurement Notice For Development of an Economic Zone - Design, Built, Finance, Own, Operate and Transfer (DBFOOT) at Mongla, Bangladeş
Request for Expression of Interest (REOI) for Consulting Services for Education Awareness of Secondary Schools under SEQAEP program
4th Bangladesh Furniture and Interior Décor Expo BFID Expo 2015
The State Minister for Foreign Affairs represented the Government of Bangladesh at the invitation of Turkish government to the Presidential Handover Ceremony of the Republic of Turkey
Embassy of Bangladesh, Ankara, Turkey observed the National Mourning Day, 15 August 2014
Bangladesh and Bulgaria sign MOU on Foreign Office Consultations
Press Release : Bangladesh's Export to Turkey crosses One Billion Dollars
Invitation for Re-Tender (International) of whole husked (without husk) Red Lentil
General Notice regarding renewal/issuance of Hand Written Bangladesh Passports dated 23 December 2013
Invitation for Qualification (IFP) for CIVIL WORKS for CHITTAGONG CITY OUTER RING ROAD PROJECT
Notice for Expatriate Bangladeshis in Turkey, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria and Georgia regarding Wage Earners Housing Complex Project
Invitation for Bids - Procurement of 3930 units Multimedia Projectors
Expression of Interest (EoI)
3rd Bangladesh Furniture and Interior Décor Expo-2014 (BFID Expo-2014)
Press Release on 21 February 2013
PRESS RELEASE on Bangladesh Ambassador presenting his credentials to President of Bulgaria in Sofia
Bangladesh marks entry into Azerbaijan's pharmaceutical market
Azerbaijani President Welcomes Manpower from Bangladesh
Turkish Airlines to operate direct flights between Dhaka and Istanbul
Press Release, Ankara, 02 November 2010
NEW VISA FEES FOR TURKISH NATIONALS
Address of Export Promotion Bureau (EPB), Video Conference Corner
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      Office Hours     
 

The Embassy of Bangladesh in Ankara maintains its working hours as follows:

Monday-Friday: 09:00-17:00


      Consular Hours     


Consular Service is rendered at the following timing:

Receiving Time : 10:00hrs - 12:00hrs (Monday to Friday)
Delivery Time: 14:00hrs - 17:00hrs (Monday to Friday)

For Visa application:
Application and Passport Collection: 10:00-12:00 hrs
Passport Delivery: 16:00-17:00 hrs


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Remnants of civilization in the greater Bengal region date back four thousand years, when the region was settled by Dravidian, Tibeto-Burman, and Austro-Asiatic peoples. The exact origin of the word “Bangla” or “Bengal” is unknown, though it is believed to be derived from Bang (Sanskrit Vanga), the Dravidian-speaking tribe that settled in the area around the year 1000 BC.
 
The kingdom of Gangaridai was formed from at least the seventh century BC, which later united with Bihar under the Magadha, Nanda, Mauryan and Sunga Empires. Bengal was later part of the Gupta Empire and Harsha Empire from the third to the sixth centuries CE. Following its collapse, a dynamic Bengali named Shashanka founded an impressive yet short-lived kingdom. Shashanka is considered the first independent king in the history of Bangladesh. After a period of anarchy, the Buddhist Pala dynasty ruled the region for four hundred years, followed by a shorter reign of the Hindu Sena dynasty. Islam was introduced to Bengal in the twelfth century by Arab Muslim merchants and Sufi missionaries, and subsequent Muslim conquests helped spread Islam throughout the region. Bakhtiar Khilji, a Turkic general, defeated Lakshaman Sen of the Sena dynasty and conquered large parts of Bengal in the year 1204. The region was ruled by dynasties of Sultans and land lord Bhuiyans for the next few hundred years. By the 16th century, the Mughal Empire controlled Bengal, and Dhaka became an important provincial centre of Mughal administration.
 
European traders arrived late in the 15th century, and their influence grew until the British East India Company gained control of Bengal following the Battle of Plassey in 1757. The bloody rebellion of 1857, known as the Sepoy Mutinay, resulted in transfer of authority to the Crown, with a British viceroy running the administration.
 
Between 1905 and 1911, an abortive attempt was made to divide the province of Bengal into two zones, with Dhaka being the capital of the eastern zone. When India was partitioned in 1947, Bengal was partitioned again along religious lines with the western part going to India and the eastern part joining Pakistan as a province called East Bengal (later renamed East Pakistan), with its capital in Dhaka. Dissatisfaction with the Centre over economic and cultural issues continued to rise even from the days of partition through the 1950s and 1960s, during which the Awami League emerged as the political voice of the Bengali-speaking population under the leadership of Bangbandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. The 6-points programme launched by Bangabandhu in 1966 crystallized the demand for autonomy which led to the electoral victory for the Awami League in the first ever general elections in Pakistan in 1970-1971. In the face of Pakistan authorities putting off the summoning of Parliament and handing of power, Bangabandhu made his historic declaration on 7 March, 1971 that the struggle this time is the struggle for freedom, the struggle for independence. In the early hours past midnight of 25th March 1971, as the Pakistan Army unleash its genocide, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman formally declared the independence of Bangladesh and directed everyone to fight till the elimination of the last soldier of the Pakistan Army. Awami League leaders set up a provisional government, which formally took oath at MujibNagar in Kushtia district inside Bangladesh on 17 April 1971. The War of Liberation that started with the resistance on 26 March lasted for nine months. The Mukti Bahini was made up of Bengali regulars and guerrillas. The war ended in a decisive victory for Bangladesh when the Pakistan Army surrendered to the joint command of Bangladesh-India forces on 16 December 1971.

Ankara
Dhaka
Consulate General of Bangladesh,
İstanbul

Address: Beybostanı Sokak No:30/A Beylerbeyi, Üsküdar, İstanbul
Telephone: 00902163184230   
00902163184231
Fax: 00902163184232
E-mail: bdcgistanbul@mofa.gov.bd     
  
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According to FAOSTAT, Bangladesh is the 2nd largest producer for jute , 4th for rice, 5th for tropical fruit- 9th for mango, 16th for pineapple and 17th for banana, 11th for potato and tea, 16th for onion production…


Bangladesh is the second largest exporter of Ready Made Garments (RMG) in the world...


Bangladesh has the longest unbroken soft-sand sea beach in the world

Bangladesh is the 2nd largest producer of raw jute and jute products in the world...


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