New ServicesBritish High Commission in Bangladesh now on social media

British High Commission in Bangladesh now on social media

As social media continues to evolve into one of the most important ways to communicate, the British High Commission in Bangladesh is developing a strong presence across a range of channels.

As social media continues to evolve into one of the most important ways to communicate, the British High Commission in Bangladesh is developing a strong presence across a range of channels, making it more accessible, more open and more transparent in the way it communicates.

You can follow us on:

  • Facebook: Follow updates on our events, news and activities from across Bangladesh.
  • Twitter: Learn about the latest news and updates from the British High Commission in Bangladesh.
  • Flickr: View images from our events, High Commissioner and DFID Country Representative’s activities and other VIP and ministerial visits.

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