The Moscow Ethnography Library has opened a book exhibition dedicated to Azerbaijani culture, history, geography, and prominent political and social leaders in Azerbaijan.

The EPA's Moscow correspondent reports that the exhibition was organized by Russia's Azerbaijani Youth Association (AMOR).

Speaking at the opening ceremony, AMOR Chairman Jayhun Huseynov noted that the youth unity created by Leila Vice-President of the Heydər Əliyev Foundation serves to promote and recognize Azerbaijani culture outside the republic:

"In an effort to open the Azerbaijani corner, we donated books on the politics, economics, culture, literature, and nature of our country to the Ethnographic Library. Among the books donated to the library are publications dedicated to the life and work of Azerbaijani National Leader Heydər Əliyev," said J. Huseynov.

Alexander Moskalyov, chief executive of the Eastern Administrative Circuit Cultural Center Union, spoke of a long-standing partnership with AMOR:

'This is not our first joint event. Today, our friends give books about Azerbaijan to the Ethnographic Library. This is a very important book selection. Azerbaijan's culture is rich, ancient, and multifaceted, and it will be interesting for our readers to get to know it."

It should be noted that the exhibition will run until June 5.