MINSK, 22 February (BelTA) – Large-scale work was carried out in Belarus in 2022 to preserve and augment the country's historical and cultural heritage, Head of the Belarus President Administration Igor Sergeyenko said at the collegium of the Culture Ministry that reviewed the state of things in culture in 2022 and set the tasks for 2023. The meeting took place at the Belarusian State Museum of the Great Patriotic War History, BelTA has learned.
“The analysis suggests that a lot was done by cultural workers over the past year to preserve and increase the historical and cultural heritage and national traditions, to create new works of culture. Famous cultural figures, artists, and new talents who represented our country at various events in Belarus and abroad deserve a special mention,” said Igor Sergeyenko.
He noted that the credit for all these achievements goes to hardworking, dedicated professionals devoted to their country.
Taking part in the collegium were Deputy Prime Minister Igor Petrishenko, deputy governors and Minsk deputy mayor, heads of culture departments, heads of organizations subordinate to the Culture Ministry, creative unions, public associations.