India And Belarus Will Exchange Art And Culture

The visit of Ambassador of Belarus to Marwah Studios, Noida turn out to be fruitful as 8000 media professionals came to know about the relation both countries want to develop through art and culture.

PRLog (Press Release) - Oct 24, 2009 - The Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Belarus in India H.E.Oleg Laptenok visited Marwah Studios, a hub centre for Arts and Cultural promotion to discuss in detail the ways and means to promote Belarus films, art and culture in India and vice versa with the renowned International personality Sandeep Marwah, president of Marwah Studios Creative Enterprises.

"We are keen in creating awareness about the culture, art, and cinema of Belarus in India and vice versa' said H.E.Oleg Laptenok, Ambassador of Belarus in India. "We want people in this country should know the beauty, the locations, the tourism, and the films of our country. "he added.

"We are ready to get into student exchange, faculty exchange, affiliations and articulations with film and TV schools, would love to hold exhibition of Belarus Arts and paintings, interactive sessions with personalities from Belarus, and festival of students films and Belarus films in India" said Sandeep Marwah.

The cultural policy of the Republic of Belarus is aimed at guaranteeing cultural rights both to the entire society and to every individual, and at political, economic and spiritual renewal of the country. To help achieve these goals there has been worked out the State Programme "Functioning and Development of Culture of the Republic of Belarus up Similar programmes have been adopted in all the administrative regions of the republic and in the city of Minsk. Identified are the priority avenues of the cultural policy, elaborated are the regional programmes informed by Maya Rusetskaya, the first secretary in the Embassy of Belarus in New Delhi.



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