• 24/06/2024 21:59

The new Minister of Culture of Slovakia lifted the ban on cooperation with Russia and Belarus in the field of culture

The previous Minister of Culture of Slovakia, Natalya Milanova, after the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation in Ukraine, banned controlled organizations from collaborating with Russia and Belarus.

The new Minister of Culture of Slovakia has lifted the ban on cooperation with Russia and Belarus> Minister of Culture of Slovakia Martina Simkovicheva </p>
<p >The new Minister of Culture of Slovakia, Martina Simkovicheva, lifted the ban on cooperation with Russia and Belarus in the field of culture, RBC-Ukraine reports with reference to the Slovak publication Pravda.Správy.</p>
<p>“There are dozens of military conflicts in the world. In our opinion, artists and culture should not pay for this,” the ministry commented on Šimkovicheva’s decision.</p>
<p>On March 2, 2022, the previous Minister of Culture of Slovakia, Natalya Milanova, decided to ban all controlled organizations and their employees from collaborating with Russia and Belarus.</p>
<p>Note that the new pro-Russian government of Slovakia came to power in the fall of 2023, led by Robert Fico. He made a number of anti-Ukrainian statements. Fico recently said that Slovakia would block Ukraine’s accession to NATO. Prime Minister of Slovakia believes that Ukraine’s entry into NATO could become “the foundation of a third world war.”</p>
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