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10/08/2020: the Embassy in Bangladesh was opened. MD Shah Nur E Aziz is the new Ambassador
On 6 August, the Bangladesh Embassy of the Templar Nation was opened in the capital Dhaka.
MD Shah Nur E Aziz was appointed Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary.
Born in Tangail (Bangladesh) on 08/02/1964, he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Pre-medical, Chemical/Botanical & Geological Science and a Post Graduation degree in Educational Science under the University of Dhaka.
In addition to his native Bangla speaker, Aziz also speaks English, Italian, Urdu and Hindi.
Scientific researcher (N.S.T. Fellow) for the Ministry of Science and Technology and for the Ministry of Education of Bangladesh, Ambassador Aziz was Undersecretary (APS) of the Ministry of Culture in 1995 and Undersecretary (Admin) of the State Health Policy of Bangladesh in 1999.
Permanent member of the Bangladesh Red Crescent Society, Registered Graduate (Council of Senators) of the University of Dhaka and ex-Associate Member of Dhaka Chamber of Commerce, Aziz is a Researcher, Economic Advisor and a Consultant for the promotion of European investments in the sectors of trade, tourism, work and others.
Ambassador Aziz was a researcher at the “La Sapienza” University of Rome (Italy), Department of Earth Sciences and he is also a diplomatic journalist and expert in microcredit finance.
The decision was made today during a meeting between the President of the Templar Nation, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Ambassador to Countries of the SAARC.
45 years old, private investigator, she is the first woman to be appointed Ambassador of the Templar Nation.
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