The former Bangladeshi ambassador to Algeria has been appointed to Thailand
Bangladesh has appointed two new ambassadors to Thailand and Algeria.
The government has appointed Mohammed Abdul Hye, currently serving as the ambassador of Bangladesh to Algeria, as the country’s next ambassador to Thailand.
Hye is a career foreign service officer belonging to the 1986 batch of Bangladesh Civil Service (BCS) Foreign Affairs cadre, said the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Friday.
In his diplomatic career, he served in Bangladesh missions in Manama, Moscow, Bangkok and Dubai.
Prior to his present assignment, he served as High Commissioner of Bangladesh to Brunei.
At the headquarters, he worked in various capacities including as Director General (Administration).
Mohammed Abdul Hye obtained his BSc in Civil Engineering from Buet.
Bangladesh appointed Muhammad Zulqar Nain, currently serving as the Deputy High Commissioner at Bangladesh High Commission in London, as the new ambassador of Bangladesh to Algeria.
Ambassador designate Zulqar Nain is a career foreign service officer belonging to the 17th batch of BCS Foreign Affairs cadre, said the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
In his distinguished diplomatic career, Zulqar Nain served in various capacities in Bangladesh missions in Washington DC, Seoul, and Birmingham.
Muhammad Zulqar Nain obtained his Masters in Diplomacy and Trade from Monash University.