UNESCO Calls for Intangible Cultural Heritage Protection
Istanbul, 18 September - Representatives from 110 countries, among them culture ministers from 72 countries - including Slovenia's Andreja Rihter - ended a conference in Istanbul supporting a new policy that should promote identity, preservation, enforcement, and transmission of intangible cultural heritage, especially by means of information transfer and development of education, said UNESCO press release on Wednesday.
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