Mongolia is interested in taking Bangladeshi doctors, nurses, and engineers.

Commerce State Minister Ahsanul Islam Titu said that Mongolia has expressed interest in taking skilled manpower in various sectors, including doctors, nurses, and engineers from Bangladesh. On Wednesday (January 31), Mongolia’s non-resident ambassador to Bangladesh, Gunbold Dambazhev, paid a courtesy call on the Minister of State for Commerce. He expressed his interest at the time. Ahsanul Islam Titu said that the skilled manpower of Bangladesh is working with reputation in many countries around the world. There is a huge demand for Bangladeshi workers in the foreign labor market. Meanwhile, the ambassador of Mongolia expressed his interest in taking manpower into various sectors, including doctors, nurses, engineers, construction, and agriculture, said the State Minister of Commerce. The ambassador said that since Mongolia declared English as the second language of the country, when he informed the state minister of commerce that there is a great demand for skilled manpower in English, he urged them to take students skilled in this language from Bangladesh. In this context, Ahsanul Islam Titu said that there are many graduates of English in Bangladesh who have made themselves proficient by following international standards such as the ILTS, TOEFL, and GRE. The government of Mongolia requested the government of Mongolia, through the ambassador, to take the necessary measures to appoint students who are skilled in this language from Bangladesh as teachers in schools, colleges, and universities in that country. The State Minister of Commerce said that Bangladesh exports various products, including garments, to many countries around the world. The government has taken a massive initiative by declaring jute and leather products and handicrafts as annual products. Besides, a global market has been created for the pharmaceuticals of Bangladesh. He urged the government of Mongolia to import pharmaceutical products from Bangladesh. During the meeting, Ambassador Gunbold Dambazhev said that Mongolia is a GSP plus beneficiary country of the European Union and has an economic partnership agreement with Japan. Apart from this, favorable economic and commercial relations exist with China and Russia. Therefore, Bangladesh can strengthen commercial and economic relations with Mongolia, including investment.
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