Ukraine's culture minister: It is important to break Russian myths for Crimea's reintegration

Ukraine's culture minister: It is important to break Russian myths for Crimea's reintegration

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For the reintegration of Crimea, it is necessary to break Russian myths about the Ukrainian peninsula and return people to the Ukrainian context both domestically and internationally.

Ukraine's Minister of Culture and Information Policy Oleksandr Tkachenko wrote about this on Facebook following the Crimea Wave forum, Ukrinform reports.

"Very soon the Ukrainian flag will fly again over the territory of Crimea. And it is important today to have detailed plans for the return of the main value - our people, who have been surviving for nine years under occupation and a closed propaganda information space," Tkachenko wrote.

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He noted that one of the panel discussions of the forum touched upon the topic of linguistic and cultural reintegration of Crimea. "In the field of information policy, we have to break Russian myths about the Ukrainian peninsula and return our people to the Ukrainian context, both domestically and internationally. Joint international projects, artistic exchanges, and the presentation of Ukrainian cultural diversity inside and outside the country are the irreversible reintegration of our Crimea," the minister added.

As reported, the Crimea Wave youth forum was held in Kyiv, organized by ZeMolodizhka with the participation of the Mission of the President of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the Q-hub project and educational platform.

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