Foreign Minister commented that Bangladesh-Japan relations are very strong. AK Abdul Momen. He said that Japan has been with Bangladesh since independence.
He made this comment at an exhibition at the Foreign Service Academy on Wednesday.
As part of the celebration of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman's birth centenary and golden jubilee of independence, a Japanese documentary portrait of Bangabandhu was held.
A documentary on Bangabandhu titled Bengal no Chichi Lama (Father of Bangladesh) was directed by a Japanese film director named Oshima Nagasi.
Minister of Foreign Affairs was present as the chief guest. AK Abdul Momen. The guest of honor was Ito Naoki, Ambassador of Japan to Bangladesh.
State Minister for Foreign Affairs Shahriar Alam, Foreign Secretary Masood Bin Momen, National Implementation Committee Chief Coordinator Kamal Abdul Naser Chowdhury were the special guests.
Speakers said Japanese film director Oshima Nagasi produced Bengal no Chichi Lama in 1973. Bangabandhu's life struggle is highlighted in it.
Bangabandhu will get to know many things about Bangabandhu's life by watching the new generation film. After the discussion in the ceremony, the documentary film is shown.