Cultural Cooperation
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Cultural Cooperation

 

Cultural Cooperation
Passage in Eritrea and Ethiopia displayed in Rome, Addis Ababa and AsmaraPassage in Eritrea and Ethiopia displayed in Rome, Addis Ababa and AsmaraThe Macro Museum of Rome – concomitantly with the cities of Addis Ababa and Asmara – will host the storyboard of the 40-day trip across Ethiopia and Eritrea by photographer...
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Korea: the Italian Cultural Institute sets up an Italy stand at the Seoul Book Fair 2019 Korea: the Italian Cultural Institute sets up an Italy stand at the Seoul Book Fair 2019 The Italian Cultural Institute in Seoul, with the support of the Italian Embassy in Korea and in partnership with the Italian Publishers Association (AIE), set up an Italian...
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Cultural Cooperation

Italy actively collaborates with the cultural cooperation activities of international institutions and organizations, the principal one being those of the United Nations, and UNESCO in particular.

The legal and financial frame work for cultural and multilateral cooperation consists of treaties with international organizations, international conventions signed and ratified and the funds, programmes and projects in which our country voluntarily participates.

 


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