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Opening of the Belarusian Language School in Warsaw

The Belarusian language should be the basis of the Belarusian school — this was discussed at the opening of the Belarusian School in Warsaw

The Belarusian-language school in Warsaw consisted of experienced mentors and teachers, including PhDs and even 6 professors.

More than 150 students — Belarusian children from Poland, Belarus, Germany, Georgia, USA, Latvia, Lithuania, Russia, Turkey, Czech Republic and other countries — will study the Belarusian language and literature, culture and art, history and geography of Belarus.

Classes will take place online, and children will be able to attend art circles and studios offline at the sites of Belarusian cultural organizations in Warsaw, including the site of the Free Belarus Museum. The school year began with a lesson in the Belarusian language and culture.

Deputy head of the United Transitional Government of Belarus and former Minister of Culture Pavel Latushka participated in the opening of the school year.

"Belarus has a richer culture. Therefore, Belarusians can be proud of what their ancestors did. And no matter how hard it is now, only a good fate and only a good future awaits the Belarusians and Belarus," said Pavel Latushka during his speech at the opening of the school.

"It is impossible to imagine the existence and development of the Belarusian statehood without the Belarusian school," concluded Pavel Latushka.



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