The Embassy of Bangladesh in Tokyo published the speech
The Japanese version of the historic March 7 speech delivered by the Father of the Nation, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman has been published in Japanese.
The Embassy of Bangladesh in Tokyo published the speech, delivered by Bangabandhu at the then Race-Course Grounds in 1971.
The speech was translated into Japanese as the first foreign language after English, said a statement issued in this regard.
On 29 May, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina launched and unwrap the booklet of the Japanese edition of the speech while visiting Japan. The booklet will be distributed to the educational institutions and other important institutions in Japan.
Bangabandhu's “Unfinished memoir” and a graphic novel “Mujib” were also translated into Japanese as the first foreign language after English.
In November 2018, graphic novel “Mujib” was launched in Tokyo by Bangabandhu’s younger daughter Sheikh Rehana, and Akie Abe, the First Lady of Japan.
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