The National Library provides services to both private persons and institutions. These services are primarily connected with making available the Library’s collections (interlibrary loans, reproductions). The Library also issues permission to take library materials created after 1949 abroad.
The highly specialized conservationists at the National Library may be commissioned to provide expertise, as well as to carry out conservation work on all possible types of library materials.
The Main Building of the National Library includes guests rooms that can be rented. This provides convenience for participants of conferences, gatherings, and training programs being held within the premises of the National Library.