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BGD

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Bangladesh. The code is used for transactions to and from Bangladeshi bank accounts and for international shipping to Bangladesh. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Belgrade Waterfront will not only revitalize Belgrade, but it will also help our city take its place as an attractive investment destination and put it on the map as one of the leading regional cities.
Belgrade State Bank's openness to applying advanced services to its operations has been a key to our successful partnership.
Ognjenovi[euro]nCi said: "It is our great pleasure to welcome Etihad Airways to Belgrade and codeshare with the UAE's national airline and the world's leading airline.
The Serbs conquered the Belgrade fortress for the first time in the nineteenth century, in 1806.
Serbia itself is easy to get around and just over an hour or so north of Belgrade is the country's second city of Novi Sad, famous for some very fine wines, some beautiful monasteries and the world-renowned Exit, a four-day music festival in July.
There is a lot of anger about the reputation that has been painted of the Red Star fans and the Belgrade people.
The Serbian capital, Belgrade, is a gem worth visiting.
IN APRIL 1999, during the bombardment of the Serbian capital by NATO planes, the photographer Vesna Pavlovic took pictures of guests in the Belgrade Hyatt.
One of Belgrade streets will soon be named after the late Japanese Ambassador Keisuke Oba, who was associated with the former Yugoslavia for 30 years, first as a student and later as a diplomat.
IN SERBIA we were able to keep true to the war theme, with frequent reminders of NATO's past presence in Belgrade.
A 55-year-old woman was admitted to the Clinic for Cardiovascular Diseases, Belgrade, on April 1, 2002, for aortobifemoral bypass surgery.
5, 2000 after Slobodan Milosevic clumsily tried to steal what turned out to be his final election and found himself overwhelmed by popular outrage on the streets of Belgrade and international condemnation abroad.