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Croatia and Poland sign culture cooperation programme

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ZAGREB, July 2 (Hina) – The Croatian and Polish ministries of culture signed a cooperation programme for 2020-2023 in Krakow on Wednesday, the Croatian ministry said in a statement.

The programme promotes cultural exchanges and cooperation between artists and cultural and artistic institutions and organisations as well as forms of direct cooperation between cultural institutions of mutual interest, the statement said.

It also promotes direct cooperation between galleries, museums and other professional institutions in the field of museology, cooperation in performing arts, cultural heritage, literature and publishing, and the existing high-level cooperation between the two countries’ audiovisual communities.

The signing ceremony was accompanied by the presentation of the book “Croatia – History, Culture, Ideas” by Professor Maciej Czerwinski of the Jagiellonian University.

As part of the cooperation between the two countries, an exhibition of works by Croatian painter and graphic designer Boris Bucan will open at the International Cultural Centre in Krakow on July 2.

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