The message reads, in part:
“Your forum, which grew out of a prominent, authoritative international library conference known as Crimea, is rightfully considered an important and notable event for representatives of scientific and educational organisations, public associations in various fields, and specialists in the humanities.
Every year, current professional issues are discussed by serious experts, and future plans are made, which are primarily connected with the active introduction of new technologies and innovative practices in museums, theaters, and other institutions. This approach fully meets the needs of the times, and allows you to significantly expand the possibilities of your work.
I am confident that the forum will serve the productive exchange of positive experience, that it will take place in an atmosphere of creativity and its recommendations will certainly be in demand.”