Open ground for language

Centre for Russian Language, Literature and Culture launched in Grodno
By Ivan Paramonov

The Days of Russian Language have been hosted by the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno. Teachers and students participated in a round table discussion entitled The 1150th Anniversary of the Birth of Russian Statehood and visited a photo exhibition: Monuments in Russian Architecture. The event culminated in the official launch of the Centre for Russian Language, Literature and Culture at the university.

“We have established solid relationships with Belarusian universities, including the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno,” noted the Head of Rossotrudnichestvo Representation in Belarus, Victor Malashenko. “However, as time passes, we should seek out new paths of co-operation. The creation of the Centre for Russian Language, Literature and Culture at the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno will support our mutual work.”

The Head of the Russian Language Department at the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno, Professor Alexey Nikitevich, believes that the Centre will contribute greatly to developing liaisons with Russian colleagues, raising the standard of education.

“The Centre for Russian Language, Literature and Culture is important to us primarily as a unique teaching site; we plan joint seminars, competitions and student exchange programmes. We’ve already agreed that famous Russian scientists will lecture at our university. Now, our main task is to acquire the latest textbooks and to create a modern computer base for the Centre.”

The Days of Russian Language in Grodno enjoyed a rich programme, including a concert by the St. Petersburg House of Music. Meanwhile, students from the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno gave a philosophical and lyrical performance.
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