The event took place at premises of the Mogilev Oblast Executive Committee. Thirty talented young Belarusians from all over Mogilev Oblast, including exemplary students, public life activists, winners of academic excellence competitions and various contests, were invited to attend the event.
When touring the Germany exposition Maksim Ryzhenkov noted that the Belarusians know and love the German classical writers. “We would like Germany to learn more about the Belarusian literature, both modern and classic,” he added.
The relevant government agencies of Belarus and Russia are taking care of the matter, noted Grigory Rapota. “They are preparing some proposals, a roadmap. We will do it. Not right away but eventually,” he assured.