Georgia will host European Forum of Cultural Routes in 2021, – Decision was adopted several days ago at the meeting of Extended Partnership Agreement (EPA) in Luxembourg.
Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili said that up to 300 invited guests from 32 member countries will attend the forum.
He said that this forum is important for the country to showcase its heritage and to deepen cooperation in the field of culture with countries participating in the forum.
“In addition, it is very important that EPA’s bureau plans to develop a new initiative -” Cultural Route Mapping in Countries “. It is very important that in 2018 Georgia will be one of the first countries to carry out research on cultural routes and mapping. This is the cultural integration of Georgia into the European family when cultural heritage of Georgia will be fully documented on the European cultural map. The most important steps we have now and I am sure that Europe is absolutely nothing that Georgia is truly part of its culture is part of Europe, “Giorgi Kvirikashvili said.