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Bangladesh Embassy celebration commemorates inclusion of Rahman speech into UNESCO Register
March 8, 2018, 12:01 pm
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The Embassy of Bangladesh celebrated the inclusion of the historic 7th March 1971 speech by the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman as part of the world's documentary heritage of the UNESCO Memory of the World International Register at the embassy premises on 7 March. The event was attended by officials of Bangladesh Embassy, Bangladesh Military Contingent (BMC), official of Biman Bangladesh Airlines and a large number of Bangladeshi community members.

The program of the Day started with the recitation from the Holy Qur'an and offered doa for the Father of the Nation and his family members. The Bangladesh Ambassador to Kuwait H.E. S.M. Abul Kalam along with other officers placed floral tributes before the portrait of the Father of the Nation. The messages given by the Hon'ble President and Hon'ble Prime Minister were read out by Defence Attache and Counsellor (Labor) of the Embassy. Mr. Md Anisuzzaman, Counsellor and Head of Chancery of the Embassy anchored the whole program.

The highlight of the event was the discussion that saw participation from the leaders and members of the Bangladeshi community and various socio-cultural organizations including local representatives of print and electronic media. They highlighted the significance of the 7th March speech by the Father of the Nation and its inclusion in UNESCO Memory of the World International Register. The Bangladesh Ambassador Abul Kalam summed up their discussion and reiterated that the historic 7th March speech by the Father of the Nation will continue to enthrall the Bangladeshi people and will continue to inspire succeeding generations to work towards a happy and prosperous 'Sonar Bangla', which was a dream of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Refreshments were arranged for all the guests.

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