Mohammed Nore-Alam joined as the Consul General of Bangladesh in Istanbul on 4 April 2022. Prior to taking up the current post, he served as a Minister at the Permanent Mission of Bangladesh to the United Nations in New York.
Mr. Alam is a career diplomat. He joined Bangladesh Foreign Service in 2003. During his diplomatic career, Mr. Alam served in various capacities at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dhaka, and diplomatic positions at the Permanent Missions of Bangladesh to the United Nations in Geneva & New York, and the Embassy of Bangladesh in Tokyo. He has extensive work experience both in multilateral and bilateral diplomacy handling disarmament & human rights issues, administrative & budgetary matters of the United Nations, bilateral political matters, community affairs and high-level bilateral visits.
Consul General Nore-Alam received his M.A. in International Affairs from Australian National University (ANU), Canberra, Australia with major in Global Security, Asia-Pacific Security, Global Governance, and International Humanitarian Assistance. He was graduated from Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET), Dhaka with major in Electrical, Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering. He attended training courses on International Relations and Diplomacy, Disarmament and Weapons of Mass Destruction, Executive Development Program, and Workshop on Conference Diplomacy.
Mr. Mohammed Nore-Alam was born on 31 August 1973 in Narsingdi, Bangladesh. He is married and they have two sons.