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Days of Israeli Culture to open in Belarus April 20

Photography, music, literature and theater. Days of Israeli Culture will open at the National Library of Belarus today, April 20.

The Days of Israeli Culture program includes over 10 events, which will cover Minsk and regional centers of Belarus. For example, in Grodno, the audience will see the film Jellyfish based on the book of Etgar Keret, a popular Israeli writer. Vitebsk residents will be able to visit the photo exhibition of Gustavo Sagorsky. Brest will host an exhibition of illustrations for children's books of Liora Grossman.

Most of the events are free. They will take place during 30 days and end on May 20.

Yulia Rachinski-Spivakov, Charge d'Affaires of the State of Israel in the Republic of Belarus: 
We know that everything associated with Israel causes significant interest, since cultural communication and interpersonal contacts between Israel and Belarus are tight enough. And, of course, we have directed our activities mainly on children and young families, so we would very much like to see them among our guests.

Yulia Rachinski-Spivakov, Charge d'Affaires of the State of Israel in the Republic of Belarus