Podcast in English
Text size
Bulgarian National Radio © 2024 All Rights Reserved

Bulgaria ready to help Ukraine preserve its cultural heritage

Bulgaria’s caretaker Minister of Culture Velislav Minekov
Photo: BGNES

Bulgaria’s caretaker Minister of Culture Velislav Minekov has proposed to his Ukrainian counterpart Oleksandr Tkachenko that a specialised commission be set up to assess the damage to the Ukrainian cultural heritage. “We are talking about more than 880 cultural sites”, Minister Minekov said after the Education, Youth, Culture and Sport Council held in Brussels. 

The problem is not only with the immovable cultural heritage. Museums have been looted as well, which is very sad. This commission should include ministers of culture, MEPs and Commissioners", said Velislav Minekov, the correspondent of the BNR in Brussels Angelina Piskova reported. Bulgaria is ready to deliver materials for the protection and preservation of cultural property, as well as experts in the field of conservation and restoration of cultural heritage.




Последвайте ни и в Google News Showcase, за да научите най-важното от деня!
Listen to the daily news from Bulgaria presented in "Bulgaria Today" podcast, available in Spotify.

More from category

GERB: There will be no second “assemblage” with PP-DB

The leader of GERB, Boyko Borissov, announced that a second "assemblage" with "We Continue the Change - Democratic Bulgaria" after the elections cannot exist.  In response to a journalist's question regarding an accusation made by..

published on 4/24/24 3:43 PM

61% of Bulgarian parents support mandatory vaccines

61% of parents in Bulgaria support mandatory vaccines and 95% of general practitioners advise parents to vaccinate their children, in order to protect them from a number of diseases. This is shown by a nationally representative..

published on 4/24/24 2:19 PM

New council to coordinate policies for Bulgarians abroad

A Council for Coordination of Policies for Bulgarians Abroad is being established. This will be a permanent advisory body to the Council of Ministers, the parliament decided during the second reading of changes to the Law on Bulgarians..

published on 4/24/24 1:28 PM