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Culture Minister to Participate in UNESCO World Conference
Culture Minister to Participate in UNESCO World Conference
Culture Minister Velislav Minekov (BTA Photo)

Culture Minister Velislav Minekov will participate in the UNESCO World Conference on Cultural Policies and Sustainable Development – MONDIACULT 2022 which will take place in Mexico City from September 28 to 30, the Ministry of Culture said.will participate in the UNESCO World Conference on Cultural Policies and Sustainable Development – MONDIACULT 2022 which will take place in Mexico City from September 28 to 30, the Ministry of Culture said.

The Bulgarian delegation also includes the relevant Deputy Culture Minister Plamen Slavov.

During his visit, the Bulgarian Minister will have bilateral meetings with Greek Minister of Culture and Sports Lina Mendoni, UAE Minister of Culture and Youth Noura bint Mohammed Al Kaabi, Albania Minister of Culture Elva Margariti, 1st Vice Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism in Korea Jeon Byeong-geuk, well as the rector of the art academy of Mexico.

Within the framework of the Conference on September 29, Minister Minekov is scheduled to speak in the panel: "Cultural heritage and cultural diversity in a period of crisis".

The conference was convened by UNESCO forty years after the first MONDIACULT World Conference on Cultural Policies held in Mexico City (Mexico) in 1982, as well as 24 years after the UNESCO World Conference on Cultural Policies for Development in Stockholm (Sweden) in 1998.

The UNESCO World Conference on Cultural Policies and Sustainable Development – MONDIACULT 2022 is hosted by the government of Mexico.

Entering the final decade of action to implement the UN Sustainable Development Goals, agreed by the international community as a common ambitious road map, UNESCO invited its Member States and the international community to begin a joint reflection on cultural policies to address global challenges and outline immediate and future priorities. The aim is to shape a stronger and more sustainable cultural sector, fully based on the perspectives of sustainable development, as well as the promotion of solidarity, peace and security, in accordance with the vision laid down in the report of the UN Secretary General (September, 2021), which refers to cultural resources as a global common heritage. The conference will pave the way for the full integration of culture as a global public value in the post-2030 agenda for inclusive and sustainable development, added the Culture Ministry.

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