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Russian Humanitarian Scientific Foundation plans to conclude an agreement with the Academy of Social Sciences of the DPRK

The State Russian Humanitarian Scientific Foundation (RHF), which turned 20 this year, is participating for the first time in the International Exhibition of Scientific and Technical Literature in the North Korean capital, ITAR-TASS reports.

Vladimir Fridlyanov, chairman of the council of the Russian Humanitarian Science Foundation, which finances scientific research, said that it is also planned to conclude an agreement with the Academy of Social Sciences of the DPRK to organize joint scientific competitions. "We will donate all the books brought from Moscow to the library of the Palace of People's Studies, where this exhibition is held," added the chairman of the council of the Russian Humanitarian Science Foundation.

More than 9 countries, regions and humanitarian organizations are participating in the 20th Pyongyang Scientific and Technical Literature Exhibition. Among them are Russia, China, Egypt, Canada, France Romania, New Zealand, Singapore. According to Fridlyanov, the large-scale exposition, which is attended by, among others, the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Russian World Foundation, UNESCO, UNICEF and the World Health Organization, "makes a great impression." In addition, visitors show great interest in scientific, technical and socio-political literature, especially in Russian.

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