EU officials to take part in Creative Ukraine Forum.

Representatives of industry, Ukrainian government officials, as well as officials from the EU and other partner countries will take part in the 4th international Creative Ukraine Forum on November 19.

“I would like to take this opportunity to invite everyone to participate in the Creative Ukraine Forum which will take place online on November 19. The event will be attended by industry representatives, Ukrainian government officials, and senior officials from the European Union and other partner countries,” Minister of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine Oleksandr Tkachenko said during a press conference at the Ukrinform news agency.

The forum will be held online using modern online platforms and interactive tools.

The event, organized by the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine, will create a space for dialogue and exchange of experiences between creative business, international experts, and the state in adapting to the realities caused by coronavirus pandemic.

Its participants will be involved in developing optimal ways to support the creative economy development in Ukraine under conditions of uncertainty.

The forum will consist of panel discussions with Ukrainian and international experts and sectoral modules, where representatives of creative industries will discuss the current state of the creative economy sectors in an interactive format.

The main purpose of sectoral modules is to gather ideas for further elaboration of state policies and programs.

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