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About Belarus to Belarusians Abroad Charity Event

About Belarus to Belarusians Abroad Charity Event
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January 01 – December 31
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About Belarus to Belarusians Abroad, a charity event of the National Library of Belarus 2020 has launched.

The purpose of the event is to promote the knowledge about Belarus, to popularize information resources reflecting the wealth of the country's historical, cultural and natural heritage, as well as to expand information interaction with associations of the Belarusian diaspora in foreign countries.

The National Library of Belarus donated a set of printed materials on the history and culture of Belarus to the collection of the District Children's Library in the Novoishimskoye village of Gabit Musrepov district of the North Kazakhstan region in February.

The colleagues from Kazakhstan expressed sincere gratitude on their own behalf and on behalf of the Belarusian diaspora to the staff of the National Library of Belarus for their assistance in replenishing the library collection.

We are looking to cooperate with individuals, publishers and organizations that have interesting publications about our country. We also appeal to the associations of Belarusians from foreign countries interested in receiving Belarusian literature to join the charity event About Belarus to Belarusians Abroad.

Contact information:

Ms Julia Pereverzeva
Head of the Acquisition Department
tel. (8 017) 293 25 20
e-mail: pereverzeva@nlb.by

Ms Marina Rudakovskaya
Head of Corporate Interaction Department
tel. (8 017) 293 28 90
e-mail: rudakovskaya@nlb.by

Acquisition Department

The following charity events of the National Library of Belarus as part of the project were held:

Belarusian Books Handed Over to Belarusians in Russia

Books about our Country in London

Belarusian Books as a Gift to the Center of the Belarusian Culture in Daugavpils

Belarusian Books Delivered to Jordan

Janka Bryl: “When away from home, it is very nice to see something native on the planet”

“About Belarus to Belarusians Abroad” Charity Event Runs On

Books about our Country Delivered to Poland

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