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The strategy will be the main document of state policy in the field of creative industries.
Today, October 12, the Agreement between Ukraine and the European Union on the participation of our country in the EU programme "Creative Europe" (2021-2027) was signed. Ukraine's participation in the Programme will contribute to the development of a more dynamic and capable domestic sector of culture and creative industries, expansion of cooperation between professionals, promotion of European values and "agenda" in Ukrainian society, as well as strengthening cultural ties with European Union countries and access to Ukrainian applicants.
One of the most common artforms in the modern world is cinema, which attracts people beyond time and territory. Cinematography, of course, contributes to the improvement of diplomatic relations and promotes the image of the state in the world.
The parties discussed the importance and phasing of the development and implementation of the Strategy for the Development of the Ukrainian Cultural Foundation for the period 2022–2030, one of the activities of which is to work with the regions: support, creation of representative offices – multicultural hubs.
Speech by Vladyslav Berkovskii at the All-Ukrainian Forum Ukraine 30.
The Ukrainian Cultural Foundation and the National Research Foundation of Ukraine signed a Memorandum of Partnership and Cooperation.