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Minister of Culture received the Ambassador of Poland to the Republic of Moldova in a farewell visit

Published on: Thu, 06/22/2017 - 15:57

Today, on June 22, Minister of Culture Monica Babuc received in a farewell visit the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Poland to the Republic of Moldova, H.E. Artur Michalski, with the occasion of ending his mandate in our country.

 

The Officials exchanged views on the common actions undertaken in the last period, highlighting the positive dynamics of the cultural dialogue in the bilateral cooperation development in the culture filed. In this context, there were remarked the director lines of the mutual collaboration, among which the cultural exchanges of artists and artistic groups, the cooperation on the valorization of the cultural heritage and the exchange of experiences on different domain levels.

 

Minister of Culture Monica Babuc thanked the Polish Dignitary for promoting cultural projects in supporting young artists in the country, popularizing Polish film and strengthening the Polish ethnicity in Moldova. Particularly, the Official thanked for her visit to Poland, which led to the establishment of inter-ministerial relations of cooperation for a long time. In the same time, Monica Babuc expressed her wish on the further cooperation relations development, noting the very rich cultural area of our country, where various projects for implementation could be found.

 

In his turn, E.S. Artur Michalski mentioned the fruitful collaboration in the culture field, which he had during his mandate, thanking the Minister Monica Babuc for her personal openness and involvement in supporting common actions and promoting cultural values. The Polish Ambassador expressed his conviction that all the cultural projects realized had a beneficial impact in society, emphasizing the importance of the increased attention to the culture field, which is a priority in the collaboration between two states.