Kutaisi, a city in the western Imereti region of Georgia, will host the 10th Annual Advisory Forum on Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe in the fall of 2021.
Deputy Georgian Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sports Levan Kharatishvili and Kutaisi Municipality Mayor Ioseb Khakhaleishvili signed the agreement on behalf of Georgia. Executive Secretary of Cultural Routes Stefano Domioni inked the document on the part of the cultural program.
According to the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture, and Sports, the promotional video clip was presented within the framework of the signing ceremony.
The Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe are transnational grass-roots networks. They act as channels for intercultural dialogue and promote a better knowledge and understanding of Europe’s shared heritage.
Georgia became the 27th member country of the cultural program in 2016.