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  Martin A. Dege

Vilnius – ECC 2009

 
International experts, people of culture, representatives of businesses, and organizers from various countries exchanged their experience.

“European Capital of Culture” program was launched by the Council of Ministers in 1985.

The nominated city is announced the European Capital of Culture for one year and acquires the exceptional opportunity to promote its local culture to the citizens of other EU member-states. In 2005, European Parliament decided that since 2009 new EU member-states should be included into the program. Each year two European cities will be awarded the status of the Capital of Culture.

2009 is an exceptional year for our country: we are taking part in the program European Capitals of Culture and celebrating the Millennium since the historical mention of Lithuania. It is expected that participation in the project will open the ways for cultural cooperation with other European countries; will unite various institutions and social groups for the achievement of a common goal; will induce development of high-quality international cultural projects and will bring vitality to cultural institutions.

(Source: information provided in the website www.vilnius.lt).












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