Natalena Koroleva: Writer and Diplomat

DOI: 10.46493/2663-2675.31(6).2021.33-38

Authors:

Ihor Likhovyi , Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ukraine in the Republic of Belarus (2007-2010), Honored Worker of Culture of Ukraine

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Language of the article : ukrainian

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