The Ukrainian-language audio guide will be launched at the National Museum "Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania” in Vilnius, according to Minister of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine Oleksandr Tkachenko.
"It is great that even more museums around the world will be able to offer visitors Ukrainian audio guides. As part of the cultural diplomacy project, the initiative of First Lady Olena Zelenska is very important in promoting international tourism. In particular, a memorandum was signed between Ambassador of Ukraine to Lithuania Volodymyr Yatsenkivsky and Director of the National Museum ‘Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania’ Vydas Dolinskas on the introduction of Ukrainian audio guides on the museum route,” Minister Tkachenko wrote on his Telegram channel.
Thus, three tourist attractions in Lithuania already have the option of listening to the Ukrainian language (previously the Ukrainian audio guide was launched on the bus route Vilnius-Trakai, Trakai Castle).
As reported by Ukrinform, as part of the project initiated by First Lady of Ukraine Olena Zelenska, the Ukrainian-language audio guide was launched at the Savitsky Art Museum in Nukus, Uzbekistan, on July 1.