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Bangladesh widely marked the ‘Russia Day’

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  • Updated on Sunday, June 12, 2022
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Bangladesh widely marked the ‘Russia Day’


Dhaka June 12 2022 :


Bangladesh widely marked the Day of Russia.


On this occasion, a solemn reception held at the Embassy of the Russian Federation in Dhaka with participation of Bengali officials, including Minister of Agriculture Dr. Muhammad Abdur Razzaque, and State Minister of Local Government, Rural Development and Cooperatives Swapan Bhattacharjee, representatives of the diplomatic corps and public organizations, compatriots and members of Soviet Alumni Association, Bangladesh (SAAB).



The program ended by performance of the artists from Alexandrov Academic Ensemble of Song and Dance of the Russian Army.

View the performance here



The National Day was also celebrated at the Russian House in Dhaka. SAAB President Taqsem A. Khan, Bangladesh-Russia Friendship Society General Secretary Prof. Dr. Md. Shahidullah Sikder;



Mrs. Ekaterina Semenova, Minister-Counselor of the Russian Embassy in Bangladesh, and member of the Association of compatriots «Rodina» Mrs. Olga Roy attended the meeting.



The participants stressed out the deep ties between the two countries, recalled the role of the USSR in the victory of the Bengali people in the war for independence and the post-war reconstruction of Bangladesh.



All speakers noted the contribution of Russia in preparing national specialists which play the vital role in all important departments of government/private sectors in Bangladesh.

Graduates shared their souvenirs during the stay in USSR/Russia, calling it always as their second homeland, which they support in these difficult times. Bengaliы delivered a perfect concert by singing songs and reading poems – Watch performance here.



The leading Bengali private university, Daffodil International University (DIU), hosted a program dedicated to the National Day of Russia. The head of the Russian House in Dhaka, Maxim Dobrokhotov, who was invited as a special guest, sincerely thanked Pro-Vice Chancellor Mahbub-Ul-Haque Majumder for such a pleasant and unexpected idea and expressed hope for further cooperation with the DIU, which already has partnership programs with 13 Russian universities.



Also an award ceremony held  for the most active participants in joint projects. To close the event one student performed an incendiary «Kalinka» dance in the Bengali style – Watch it here

The Association of compatriots «Rodina» joined the festivities as well. With students from local schools they released a jointly prepared flash mob «I love Russia»



The Embassy of Russian Federation had also organised an event through its Chattagram Counselor office celebrating the Russia Day 2022 at Hotel Agrabad.

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