International Mother Language Day in Dhaka

The Russian Center for Science and Culture in Dhaka held several events on the occasion of the International Mother Language Day, which is annually celebrated all around the world in memory of Dhaka students who died on February 21, 1952 during an anti-Pakistan demonstration of supporters of the Bengali language. In particular, jointly with the Serov Academy of Fine Art was held a competition of children's drawings "my country - my language." The Independent International Analytical Center took part in a discussion on preserving the mother language as a fundamental element of the nation, and also a seminar was organized with the documentary shots of those years. In coordination with the Ministry of Education of Bangladesh, the young representative of the Compatriots Association “Rodina”, Nora Tsifarkina, participated in an international program organized by the Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, and Russian citizen Olga Roy read poetry by Nikolai Zabolotsky “Cranes” at the monument to the memory of the fallen for native language.

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