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UNESCO giving money for Georgian projects2010-12-13 15:54
According to Novosti-Georgia, UNESCO will allocate 126 thousand dollars for seven projects in Georgia. The sponsorship decision has been reported by Foreign Minister of Georgia Nino Kalandadze at a briefing on Monday.gt-en-newsitem-inside
She stated that UNESCO's money will be spent on restoring the documentation of the XI century Svetitskhoveli Cathedral located in the town of Mtskheta. Besides, the specialists will reinstall the National Museum collections.
As was explained by deputy minister, the work will be done by Georgian specialists with the help of the Metropoliten Museum employees.
Besides, according to Kalandadze, the Georgian-English catalogue will be issued in Georgia in honour of the 150th birthday anniversary of Vazha Pshavela, a Georgian poet and writer. Also, photo materials will be issued on the 100th anniversary of Vakhtang Chabukiani, a Georgian dancer and choreographer.