Within the framework of a visit to the Carpathian region, a delegation from the Marshal's Office in Rzeszow, headed by Marshal Vladislav Ortyl, has visited the Center for Polish Culture and European Dialogue in Ivano-Frankivsk, where they met the Center's administration. The guests were accompanied by the Deputy General Consul of the Republic of Poland in Lviv Katarzyna Solek.
The director of the CPCED Mariya Osidach described the organization's daily work and shared plans for the future. The head of the Polish Culture Society "Psyazny" Vitaliy Chashchin told the guests about the history of Black Forest, the place of execution of the Polish intelligentsia from Stanislavov by the Nazis, and Renata Klenchanska, a Polish teacher, delegated to work in Ukraine by the Center for the development of Polish education abroad, thanked the Marshal for the help with the equipment for Polish Language and Literature classroom at school No. 3 with Polish and Russian languages of education.
Mr. Marshal assured about assistance and support for promotion of Poland, its culture, education and language, and presented books and educational materials to the library's center.
- The Polish house in Stanislav (Ivano-Frankivsk) is very well engaged. There are really many events that young people, students, elderly people are interested in. And this, obviously, clearly shows our Polish culture, and it is an excellent proof that we can share this culture to the inhabitants of Ukraine. This is a good start of our cooperation, but we still have a lot of work, - Vladislav Ortyl, the Marshal of Podkarpackie Voivodeship, said after the meeting with representatives of the Polish community