In Athens, the Bangladesh Embassy, in cooperation with the first multilingual library in Greece, has hosted a screening of the documentary film titled, Hasina: A Daughter’s Tale. It was held at the “We Need Books” library premises; the screening was attended by several Bangladeshis, students, embassy officials, members of the diplomatic corps, and the local civil society. So, the article contains Hasina: A Daughter’s Tale Screened in Greece.
The maiden screening of the documentary in a country like Greece created enthusiasm and curiosity among the audience about Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, her family, and their role in the making of a modern, democratic, secular, and developing nation, said a media statement. They were particularly amazed to see how Sheikh Hasina, daughter of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, had tried to cope with her most struggling time along with her only other surviving sister, Sheikh Rehana the brutal assassination of their father and all other family members.
The film’s screening was preceded by a short welcoming speech by the founder of the multilingual library, Ioanna Nissiriou. Then, Bangladesh ambassador Ashud Ahmed thanked the viewers for joining the documentary film screening organized as part of the Embassy’s ongoing celebrations of the golden jubilee of the independence of Bangladesh. Furthermore, he stated his Embassy’s plan to organize more such screenings in different corners of Greece in the coming days.
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