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The National Library of Uzbekistan hosted a literary and musical evening dedicated to the International Children's Day
04.06.2019

On June 4, 2019, a literary and musical evening was held at the National Library of Uzbekistan timed to coincide with the International Children's Day. The event, organized jointly with the Bashkir-Tatar cultural center "Agidel", was attended by representatives of the Republican International Cultural Center, representatives of German, Jewish, Tatar, Korean national cultural centers, guests of the event and library users.

The purpose of the event is to acquaint children with the diverse culture of the peoples inhabiting the Republic of Uzbekistan, enrich children's ideas about the Children's Day through joint musical and literary activities, and create a joyful, cheerful mood in children, consolidate friendly relations between children.

Opening the event, artistic director of the Bashkir-Tatar cultural center "Agidel" E. Magiyarova welcomed the participants of the event, congratulated them on the International Children's Day and spoke about the essence and significance of this holiday. She also noted the contribution of the Republican International Cultural Center to the preservation and development of the world, well-being, and tolerance in Uzbekistan. “People of different nationalities and different cultures living in Uzbekistan make a worthy contribution to the formation of a unified and diverse culture of our country, enriching its forms and content. Today’s celebration of the unity of peoples, cultures, language, national customs, and traditions is another example of the ethnic tolerance, friendliness, and hospitality of the Uzbek people”, she said.

The festive concert included poems, folk songs, and dances performed by the Bashkir folk group Agidel, the Korean ensemble Syandri, the Jewish choreographic ensemble Legaga, the ensemble of the German cultural center, and the dance ensembles Rayhon and Elif.

Press Service of the National Library of Uzbekistan