Humanitarian aid continues to be collected in Bashkortostan for residents of the Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics. The Bashkir Republican Special Library for the Blind named after Makarim Tukhvatshin joins this action.
Today, representatives of the special library for the blind donated 5 titles of literature printed in the library in Braille for the blind. Among the books – fairy tales for children, manuals with relief and graphic drawings: “Heroes of Bashkortostan: to the 75th anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945”; “Homeland polyphony: Bashkirs”; “Homeland polyphony: Russians”; “Homeland polyphony: Ukrainians.”
Relief and graphic manuals “Homeland polyphony” were published under a grant from the President of the Republic of Bashkortostan. The publications are provided with embossed convex drawings that help the blind to perceive the presented material. The people of Russia belong to different ethnic groups, profess different religions, but live together, in good neighborliness, the culture of one people penetrates the culture of the people living next door, complementing and enriching it.
The communiqué signed in Donetsk on the development of cooperation between Bashkortostan and the Donetsk People’s Republic envisages cooperation between the parties and further cooperation in development, including in the field of culture. Currently, the Bashkir Republican Special Library for the Blind named after Makarim Tukhvatshin is considering providing online access to the State Institution of Continuing Education “Republican Center for Continuing Education for Blind and Visually Impaired Children and Adults” in Donetsk to the library of “speaking” books recorded in Bashkortostan.