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Minister of Culture Tõnis Lukas (Isamaa) sent greetings to his Finnish and Hungarian counterparts on Saturday on the occasion of Finno-Ugric Day, which celebrates the cultures and languages of the Finno-Ugric peoples.
On Monday, October 14, Minister of Culture Tõnis Lukas presented to the Cultural Affairs Committee of the Riigikogu a draft of the State Budget Bill of 2020 for the Ministry of Culture.
According to the draft state budget, in 2020 an additional EUR 2 million will be allocated to the Estonian Ministry of Culture for adult Estonian language learning. With the support of the Integration Foundation (INSA), 4000 people will be able to study Estonian for free next year.
The Ministry of Culture will continue to develop a strategy for cultural and integration policy in the autumn months. The content of the documents valid until 2030 until now will be discussed in all counties within a few months, with the first day of discussion tomorrow, September 10, in Pärnu.
The Cabinet of Ministers today, August 15, agreed on real estate investments for the coming years. Construction of the new National Broadcasting Television complex and long-awaited renovation of the National Library of Estonia begins.
The Cabinet of Ministers today, August 15, agreed on real estate investments for the coming years. Construction of the new National Broadcasting TV complex and the long-awaited renovation of the National Library of Estonia will begin.