Regional and foreign network

The Presidential Library has formed an interregional and foreign information network. Systematically opening the centers of remote access in Russia and foreign countries, the institution is developing as a cultural, educational, scientific and educational multimedia center.
In accordance with the decree of the President of the Russian Federation of June 18, 2007 No. 326-rp, the branches of the Presidential Library should be established in all constituent entities of the Russian Federation. To date, the Presidential Library has opened about 900 remote access centers in all 85 regions of the country.
38 remote access centers of the Presidential Library work abroad in 30 countries, including Germany, the USA, Italy, Spain, Austria, Great Britain and others. The centers are open on the basis of Russian centers of science and culture and national libraries. Visitors to the Presidential Library can work with the catalogs of these libraries and gain access to the world's intellectual and cultural values, become participants in a variety of projects.

Department of interregional and interdepartmental cooperation

International Relations Department



Regional network

“Sevastopol: History, Legends, Stories” exhibition kicked off in the Sverdlovsk Regional Center of the Presidential Library

13 March 2019

The Sverdlovsk Regional Center of the Presidential Library presents an exhibition “Sevastopol: History, Legends, Stories”, which is dedicated to the fifth anniversary of the reunion of Crimea, Sevastopol and the Russian Federation. On display are publications from the collections of the Belinsky Sverdlovsk Regional Universal Research Library grouped into four main sections: Sevastopol and its Admirals, Architectural Heritage, Defence of the City during the Crimean War and The Great Patriotic War.

Foreign network

Live Classics International Prose Reading Contest took place in Hungary

14 March 2019

The first round of the national stage of Live Classics International Prose Reading Contest was held on March 11, 2019 in the Russian Center of Science and Culture in Budapest. It brought together schoolchildren and gymnasium pupils aged between 10 and 17 from Budapest, Ócsa and Szeged. The contest included a wide variety of works by Russian writers: A. Grin, Yu. Yakovlev, M. Gorky, Teffi, A. P. Chekhov, S. Marshak, M. Druzhinina, and T. Petrosyan.