Azerbaijan State Translation Centre, Ukrainian Book Institute Sign MOU

Azerbaijan State Translation Centre, Ukrainian Book Institute Sign MOU

  The Azerbaijan State Translation Centre (AzSTC) and the Ukrainian Book Institute signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).

  The document is designed to promote and expand literary and cultural ties between the two countries; to translate and publish samples of classical and modern literature; to arrange book presentations, roundtables, and online conferences; to make publications accessible to a wider reading audience, as well as to ensure continuous major media coverage and a wide distribution in state and public libraries.

  The Ukrainian Book Institute is a state institution under the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine. It is designed to shape state policy in the book industry, promote book reading in Ukraine, support book publishing, encourage translation activities, and popularize Ukrainian literature abroad.

  The MoU was signed by Board Chair of the AzSTC Afag Masud and Director of the Ukrainian Book Institute Oleksandra Koval.

 

 




 

 

 

 

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