Embassy of the People's Republic of Bangladesh in the Republic of France

The People's Republic of Bangladesh embassy in France is located in the center of Paris. The Embassy's working hours are from 8.10 to 17.00 local time.

Address of the embassy

Location of embassyThe People's Republic of Bangladesh embassy in France is located at 109, Avenue Henri Martin, Paris. The Embassy's postal code is 75016.

Contact details

Tel.: (+33) (1) 46 519 033
Fax: (+33) (1) 46 519 035
The official website:


Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary posted to France at the People's Republic of Bangladesh embassy is His Excellency (H.E.) Mr. Kazi Imtiaz Hossain

A 1986-batch BCS Foreign Affairs Cadre officer, Hossain, earlier, served as Dhaka's envoy to Thailand from 2010-2014 and permanent representative of Bangladesh to the UNESCAP in Bangkok.

Mr. Kazi served in Bangladesh missions in China, Switzerland, India and US in different capacities during his long career.

He studied accounting at Dhaka University and later International Relations and Diplomacy from the International Institute of Public Administration (IIAP), Paris.

Pictures of the embassy

Bangladesh embassy Official logotype Bangladesh embassy Main Building

About the embassy

As the bilateral Embassy accredited to France, we are working closely with the host government and society to promote all aspects of our relations with France, including but not limited to promoting exchange of visits and interactions at high political levels; facilitating travel, trade, investment, cultural exchange, and people-to-people contact between our two countries; providing consular services to visitors and businessmen from France as well as our nationals living in France; and projecting a positive image of Bangladesh in this country.

As the Permanent Delegation to UNESCO, we engage with this important UN Agency to contribute to its norm-setting works related to universal quality education, promotion of multiculturalism and multilingualism, promotion of a culture of peace and non-violence, and the use of scientific knowledge to fight climate change and preserve bio-diversity. UNESCO also serves as an important global platform for the promotion of Bangladesh’s rich cultural heritage.