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 over 800 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

Foreign network

More than three thousand Vietnamese schoolchildren to become participants in subject Olympiads organized by the Russian Center of Science and Culture in Hanoi

21 January 2019

The Russian Center of Science and Culture in Hanoi has begun preparations for the Olympiad movement - 2019, during which screening tests are planned for the Russian language, mathematics, physics and computer science. For the third time in a row, Olympiads will be held at nine sites in the northern, central and southern parts of Vietnam and will attract more than three thousand schoolchildren to participate.

Baku marks the Day of Russian Press

18 January 2019

The Russian Information and Cultural Center in Baku (RICC) hosted a traditional meeting with journalists of the Azerbaijani and Russian media on the Day of Russian Press. This holiday is celebrated on January 13 and is timed to the beginning of the release of the first Russian newspaper Vedomosti in 1703. Journalists who most actively cover Russian-Azerbaijani humanitarian contacts have gathered in the RICC.