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MINSK, June 24 (Itar-Tass) —— The latest methods and achievements in Russian language studies and Russian culture and art bestsellers of Russian publishing houses have become accessible to Belarusian schoolchildren, students and pedagogues.
The Russian Science and Culture Center in Minsk has donated approximately 4,000 printed and electronic editions on the Russian language, literature and art to Belarus since the beginning of this year, the Belarusian office of the Federal Agency for the Commonwealth of Independent States, Compatriots Living Abroad and International Humanitarian Cooperation said.
“Fifteen sets of printed and electronic editions under the federal target program “Russian Language” were prepared in the first half of 2012 for methodological support to teaching of the Russian language in Belarus by the Russian Science and Culture Center in Minsk. The books and electronic editions were donated to higher educational establishments, which had Russian studies centers, in the first turn. The donations were made to the Brest Pushkin State University, the Gomel Skorina State University, the Grodno Kupala State Univesity and the Mogilyov Kuleshov State University during the Days of Slavic Written Language and Culture and the Day of the Russian Language,” the office said.
“More books will be supplied to schools in Minsk and other cities of Belarus, as well as to the Mogilyov Lenin Regional Library and the Bobruisk Central Library,” it said.