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President Zourabichvili Visited Warsaw Museums to Discover Polish Working Specifics

President Salome Zourabichvili visited the Holocaust and Uprising Museums in Warsaw, and laid a wreath at the Memorial of Georgian Officers in the Polish Army Fallen during the Warsaw Uprising.
 
According to Konstantine Natsvlishvili, advisor to the President on cultural issues, one of Georgia’s main necessities in museum development is the creation of contemporary narrative museums. Poland has a rich experience in this direction.
 
“A month and a half ago, the Administration of the President hosted a presentation of the famous Polish museologist and the author of the Warsaw Jewish Museum concept, dedicated to the development of a museum concept in Mtskheta. President Zourabichvili wishes to deepen the cooperation with Poland and its museologists to implement the Polish concept in Georgia and develop regional museums. One of the examples for this is the Museum of Mtskheta and its concept,” noted Konstantine Natsvlishvili.
 
The advisor also stated that the second aspect of visiting various museums, within the frames of the President’s cultural program, is to support contemporary arts, one of the President’s priorities.
 
“Our purpose is to develop a museum space for contemporary arts and promote an art market’s development in Georgia in order to regain its historical role in the region,” mentioned Konstantine Natsvlishvili.

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