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LUXEMBURG, November 10 (Itar-Tass) —— The Russian centre of science and culture is opening in Luxemburg on Thursday. As its director Anatoly Blinov told ITAR-TASS, the chief task of the centre will be “the work to promote bilateral relations and maintain Russia’s positive image in Europe.”
“The new centre will have a conference hall, an exhibition hall, a library and a class for Russian language studies,” Blinov said. On Thursday, alongside with the opening ceremony of the centre, first cultural events - - a concert of Russian classical music and an exhibition of works of Moscow female painter Irina Kabanova will be held at it.
The decision to set up the centre was fixed in the intergovernmental agreement between Russia and Luxemburg signed on March 26, 2010.