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SE Europe to adopt joint declaration on intangible cultural heritage, sustainable development
by Thomas Whittle
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25 October 2012
On 25 October 2012 Xinhua reported:
Culture ministers from 13 south-eastern European (SEE) countries have adopted a joint declaration on intangible cultural heritage and sustainable development. The document is adopted by Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Italy, Montenegro, Republic of Moldova, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Macedonia, and Turkey at the end of the 8th Ministerial Conference on Cultural Heritage in south-eastern Europe. SEE countries expressed willingness to cooperate for the safeguarding and promotion of intangible cultural heritage as a shared legacy and a driver for intercultural dialogues and sustainable development.
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