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Some hundreds of unique editions received by ZNU Scientific Library

26.04.2012 11:44 Міжнародний відділ бібліотека

In total, 311 books in History of Russia, Culture, Philosophy, Russian Linguistics, Country Studies, reference books and encyclopedias were donated to Scientific Library from Oleksandr Solzhenitsyn House of Russian Language Abroad (Moscow), whose representatives visited ZNU recently.

The delegation of Sergiy Kostyrko - Novyi Mir” (New World) Magazine editor-in-chief, Igor Teterev -  Department of International Relations (the House of Russian Language Abroad) head, Tetiana Sergiychyk – Rosspivrobitnytstvo Federal Agency Office in Ukraine representative met with ZNU administration and students.

The guests were given a warm and hearty welcome by vice rector for research, Prof. Victor Gryshchak, vice rector for educational research and academic affairs, Assoc. Prof. Natalia Grozovska and ZNU Scientific Library director Valentyna Gerasymova.

During the official meeting Professor Gryshchak stressed that Zaporizhzhya National University approaches such events as this very seriously and receives generous gift with gladness and gratitude. He also expressed his hope that this day’s meeting would go further than official donation ceremony to being springboard for new directions in cooperation.

At the ceremony, which was attended by official authorities and ZNU students, a documentary film was shown on the history of Oleksandr Solzhenitsyn House of Russian Language Abroad establishment and activities. Then the attendees could get acquainted with some of the books donated and communicate with the guests. ZNU Scientific Library director Valentyna Gerasymova expressed gratitude for the priceless gift and highlighted that ZNU Library would do everything possible to provide access to the donated literature for not only students, teaching faculty and researchers, but also local community of Zaporizhzhya.

 

Natalia Logvynenko


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