On December 23, Maia Matiashvili, the Foreign Affairs Coordinator at the company BP presented the Anglo-American Reading Hall with the valuable publications –„Past and Future Heritage in the Pipelines Corridor, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Turkey», by Paul Michael Taylor, Christopher R. Polglase, Najaf Museybli, Jared M.Koller, Troy A. Johnson in English, Georgian and Azeri languages.
On 17 December, within the framework of the project ‘Equilibrium’, Giorgi Kekelidze, the General Director of the National Library, with the support of the National Library partner organization KMG Law Office handed books and a computer to Tsnori Civic Initiative Center.
On 16 November, Georgian Book Corner opened at the National Parliamentary Library of Hungary. The memorandum of understanding was signed between the State Library of Hungary and the National Parliamentary Library of Georgia. The capital of Hungary is the 25th city where the Georgian Book Corner has opened.