BAGAN – 15 February 2017: International partners pledged to support rehabilitation efforts in Bagan at a global conference convened in the historic capital by Myanmar, China and UNESCO.
Union Minister for Religious Affairs and Culture, HE Thura U Aung Ko, lauded the conference as being “the most beneficial international cooperation to date in our efforts to restore and repair cultural heritage in Bagan damaged by the earthquake.” He further noted his appreciation for the...
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UNESCO in the Media
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