On 25 November, 2013 Mr. John Tsebe, National Librarian and Chief Executive Officer of the National Library of South Africa signed in Pretoria the Memorandum of Understanding between the National Library of South Africa and the National Parliamentary Library of Georgia thus finalizing the formalization of the relations between the two libraries that has been initiated and supported by the Embassy of Georgia in Pretoria. Mr. Giorgi Kekelidze, Director General of the National Parliamentary Library of Georgia had signed the Memorandum in September 2013 in Tbilisi.
The Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the National Library and the National Film Centre by the Giorgi Kekelidze, General Director of the National Library and Nana Janelidze, Director of the National Film Centre, on 22 November at 12:00.
At the initiative of the National Library Anglo-American Reading Hall, British Academy Publications, Very Short Introductions, Oxford Medical Libraries databases are available to the National Library users and employees until 17 December.
The National Parliamentary Library of Georgia together with the First Channel launches a joint project “My Book”. Every individual can join the project by filling the application form at http://1tv.ge/mybook/#form, which is also available on NPLG Website.
Substantial part of archive materials from “Chateau de Leuville” Repository, as well as periodicals, letters and political fiction, have already been transferred to the National Parliamentary Library of Georgia.
The National Library, together with publishing houses, launches a new project at the newly opened Liberty Digital Hall. Every Tuesday and Thursday, meetings with the contemporary Georgian authors, chosen by the publishers are arranged within the framework of the project.
Recently, the National Library has donated books to newly opened Tserovani Library (the majority of users are displaced people from Tskhinvali and Akhalgori), the collection of which still needs to be filled. Thus, we continue collecting the books for the library. Those willing to help could contact us at Gudiashvili st. 7, Tel: 2 97 16 61.