Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen has said that Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s political vision and his unremitting support for humanism and world peace are reflected in his autobiography, 'The Unfinished Memoirs'.
Dr Momen said this in a video message at the launch of the Korean version of Bangabandhu's autobiography in Seoul on Thursday. The event was part of the birth centenary celebrations of Bangabandhu.
According to the Foreign Minister, the Korean version of ‘The Unfinished Memoirs’ will provide a unique opportunity to the "friendly people" of the East Asian country to learn about the life of this greatest Bengali of all times, his universal vision and philosophy, and his contributions to the creation of Bangladesh.
The Embassy of Bangladesh in Seoul took the initiative to translate 'The Unfinished Memoirs' into the Korean language.
Lee Dong-heon has made the translation and Korean publisher Moraeal LLC will make the publication available both in local book stores in the Republic of Korea as well as on virtual platforms.
Curator of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Memorial Museum, Nazrul Islam Khan, said that ‘The Unfinished Memoirs’ is not only an autobiography but also a record of the political and socio-cultural history of Bangladesh and its Korean translation will help the Korean people to know about the commonality of the two nations in their struggle for independence.