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AMBASSADOR ESTRAORDINARY AND PLENIPOTENTIARY TO COUNTRIES OF THE SAARC – SOUTH ASIAN ASSOCIATION FOR REGIONAL COOPERATION
H.E. MD SHAH NUR E AZIZ
MD Shah Nur E Aziz was born in Tangail (Bangladesh) on 08/02/1964.
He studied at the University of Dhaka (Bangladesh) and other international universities.
Since 1974 he has been a researcher in the field of alternative medicine.
In addition to his native Bangla language, he also speaks English, Italian, Urdu and Hindi.
Aziz has produced several educational documentaries for youth development.
Permanent member of the Red Crescent Society of Bangladesh, from 2006 to 2008 he was Researcher at the University “La Sapienza” of Rome (Italy), Department of Earth Sciences.
From 1994 to 1995 he was Undersecretary (APS) of the Ministry of Culture and from 1997 to 1999 Undersecretary (Admin) of the State Health Policy of Bangladesh.
Diplomatic journalist and expert in microcredit finance (economic development for young people), since 2010 he is Director of “Italy – Bangladesh Consulting & Services” based in Sanremo (Italy) and accredited translator at the Courts of Imperia, Savona and Genoa (Italy).
Citizen of the Templar Nation, on 14 August 2020 he was appointed Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Countries of the SAARC – South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation:
– People’s Republic of Bangladesh
– Kingdom of Bhutan
– Republic of India
– Republic of Maldives
– Democratic Federal Republic of Nepal
– Islamic Republic of Pakistan
– Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka
– Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (NOT ACTIVE).
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