Latvian films viewed on Egypt’s national TV by 55 million people

  • 19th April 2019
Latvian films viewed on Egypt’s national TV by 55 million people
Embassy of the Republic of Latvia in the Arab Republic of EgyptEMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF LATVIA
In December 2018, February and April 2019 two more Latvian movies were broadcasted on Egypt’s national TV channel Channel Two. On 27 and 30 December last year the movie The Chimney (by Laila Pakalniņa) and on 4 February and 8 April this year the movie Dangerous Summer (by Aivars Grauba and Andrejs Ēķis) were aired on the mentioned TV channel. According to the Egyptian National Media Authority’s data the movie The Chimney was viewed by approximately 25 million and the movie Dangerous Summer was viewed by approximately 30 million viewers. Channel Two is also aired on satellite TV in other Middle East and North Africa’s countries.
In total four Latvian movies were broadcasted on Egyptian National TV channels. The first Latvian movie was Dream Team 1935, aired in November 2017, which was followed by Lake Sonata in December 2017. All movies’ broadcasting had been conducted in the framework of Latvia’s public diplomacy [JB emphasis] programme dedicated to the centenary’s anniversary of the statehood of the Republic of Latvia and supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Latvia.
Original Article

Please follow and like us:

Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Search in posts
Search in pages


  • NGOs urge Facebook to stop censoring Palestinian content 29th September 2020
    (MENAFN – Palestine News Network) Bethlehem/PNN/ Separately, several Palestinian and international non-governmental organizations called on Facebook to stop censoring Palestinians and Palestine advocates and to get rid of an Israeli member of the social media company’s Oversight Board who has a history of censoring Palestinian social media content. ‘Facebook’s Oversight Board was created to address […]
  • Former British Consulate in Yokohama 29th September 2020
    Skip to content Paul Madden British Ambassador to Japan 29th September 2020 Tokyo, Japan Former British Consulate in YokohamaThe former British Consulate in Yokohama is a handsome stone building, reconstructed after the Great Tokyo Earthquake of 1923, just like the Embassy in Tokyo. Its location, amidst the downtown shops and offices of Japan’s second largest […]

RSS Diplo Portal Belgrade

Catalog of Destroyed and Desecrated Churches in Kosovo ( VIDEO )

How Belgrade based diplomats use Digital Diplomacy and Internet 2016

Diplo Portal Belgrade

Please follow and like us:
Scroll Up

Enjoy BIDD? Please spread the word :)