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Slovakia represents culture in Europe

UNDER the project title, Slovakia: Europe in Small, the country lately presented its culture in Brussels and Paris. The project will continue with presentations in Berlin on September 20 and 21, and Vienna on November 10 and 11.
As part of the programme, concerts will be performed by the Bratislava Chamber Orchestra, featuring the soloist of the Slovak National Theatre Opera, Ľubica Vargicová, and bilateral economic forums, attended by leading Slovak economy experts and company leaders.

UNDER the project title, Slovakia: Europe in Small, the country lately presented its culture in Brussels and Paris. The project will continue with presentations in Berlin on September 20 and 21, and Vienna on November 10 and 11.

As part of the programme, concerts will be performed by the Bratislava Chamber Orchestra, featuring the soloist of the Slovak National Theatre Opera, Ľubica Vargicová, and bilateral economic forums, attended by leading Slovak economy experts and company leaders.

The Association for Culture, Education, and Communication, along with the Council of Slovakia, organised the project on the occasion of Slovakia's entry to the European Union. By 2007, they plan to introduce the project to all countries of the union.

The aim of the project is to support the interest and knowledge of the EU countries about Slovakia, and to present it as a safe and interesting country for future cooperation.

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