Naryshkin toured various pavilions of the festival, including the History of the Fatherland Foundation, and drew attention to the fact that almost everywhere there are books on the history of Russia.
“This says a lot,” continued the interest in the great history of our great country.
Sergei Naryshkin expressed confidence that the trend of increasing interest in the history of Russia will grow and “we will see a lot of interesting things next year, at the 10th anniversary festival,” said the head of RIO.
In 2023, the Red Square Book Festival will take place from June 3 to 6. Its last day is dedicated to the Day of the Russian Language, which is celebrated on June 6 on the birthday of the poet Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin.