Bangladesh–Ireland relations refer to the bilateral relations between Bangladesh and Ireland. Diplomatic relations between the two countries have been identified friendly with both the countries working towards strengthening it further.
Bangladesh and Ireland have shown mutual interest to expand the bilateral economic activities between the two countries and both the countries have recognized necessary measures to expand the existing trade and investment. Many Irish firms have expressed their interests to invest in Bangladesh in the promising sectors.
In 2009, an Irish trade delegation headed by former Irish Minister for investment and coordination Conor Lenihan paid a visit to Bangladesh to explore potential ways for increasing bilateral trade and investment. Ireland has shown interest to recruit skilled IT professionals from Bangladesh.