A national conference was held in Baku at which the three Azerbaijani cities selected under the EU-funded EU4Culture project presented drafts of their cultural development strategies.
During the conference, the cities of Sheki, Lenkoran and Khirdalan were also able to consult international and local experts on strategic planning.
The conference was attended by city officials, local and international experts, members of the project team and partners.
The representatives of the project expressed their solidarity with Ukraine at the opening of the conference. The EU4Culture project continues to support the cultural and creative sectors in Ukraine.
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