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Сonference “Ukraine – UN: 68 Years of Partnership and Cooperation”

The Good Deeds International Charity Foundation took part in the conference "Ukraine - UN : 68 years of partnership and cooperation", dedicated to the Day of the United Nations. As part of the conference, the presentation of the Parade of Cultures International Project took place, the implementation of which is scheduled in Kiev in 2014 , as well as performances of artists.   Partners:
  • The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine;
  • KCSA;
  • the International Fund for Cultural Cooperation;
  • Ukrainian public organization "Dytynstvo"
Project location: Kiev. Implementation period: October 23, 2013. Purpose: The revival of cultural and moral values. Objectives: To draw conclusions on the performance of Ukraine within the United Nations, to tell about the tourist attraction and historical heritage of Ukraine, to raise the image of our country in the eyes of the international community. This is the beginning of long-term and global international project that could show that Kiev is actually a world cultural capital. Target audience: politicians, public figures and more than one million residents and guests of the city. Resonance: as participants in the conference the following people were invited: Deputy Prime Minister A. Vilkul, the first President of Ukraine L. Kravchuk, the UN Resident Coordinator in Ukraine and UNDP Resident Representative in Ukraine Alessandra Tissot, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Kozhara L., the Minister of Culture of Ukraine Novohatko L., the businessman and philanthropist V. Pinchuk, the head of the Kyiv city state administration Alexander Popov, the UEFA vice-president G. Surkis, the President of the International Fund for Cultural cooperation Litovchenko V. and representatives of the Ukrainian national Committee of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC Ukraine), Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine, NGO-s, the prominent figures of culture and the arts, sportsmen, the children's art groups, etc.