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Russian books at Warsaw Book Fair

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Russian books at Warsaw Book Fair


19.05.2017

More than 700 titles are introduced at the Russian Pavilion at Warsaw Book Fair in Poland, TASS reports.

According to the Head of Moscow International Book Fair Sergey Kaikin, Russian book publishers are very eager to participate in this event. He has also expressed satisfaction that the Russian book stand is organized in a very proper way, giving every person possibility to easily find books for any taste. New Russian classics, children books, methodical materials, art issues and books for learning Russian, and books on WW2 History are included into exposition.

Several events are planned as a part of national stand work at the fair, including q&a with detective writer Tatiana Polyakova. The agreement signing between Warsaw Book Fair and Moscow International Book Fair will become another important step towards close collaboration between Russian and Polish book markets.

The fair will conclude on May 21.

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