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The Acting Minister of Culture and Information Policy, Rostyslav Karandeyev, along with the Ambassador of Ukraine to Estonia, Maxim Kononenko, and the Ambassador at Large of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Igor Ostapenko, discussed the transfer of 274 archaeological artifacts.
For the first time, Ukraine has been elected as Vice-Chair of the UNESCO Committee for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict.
A haul of Ukrainian treasures sent to Europe for an exhibition nearly 10 years ago have been returned to Kyiv from the Netherlands after a lengthy legal battle.
With the support of Japan, the in-person training aimed to strengthen the knowledge and expertise of Ukrainian heritage professionals in disaster risk reduction, emergency preparedness, as well as advanced documentation on the state of conservation of cultural heritage sites.
On 16 August, the European Commission decided to register a European Citizens’ Initiative (ECI) entitled ‘Preservation and development of Ukrainian culture, education, language, and traditions in EU states’.
Following repeated attacks on Odesa at the end of July, UNESCO undertook a preliminary assessment of the damage to cultural heritage, estimated at over 50 impacted sites. Releasing new emergency funds, the Organization will conduct new urgent protection measures and studies of impact, required to inform stabilization and consolidation.