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Prime Minister Mihai Tudose: Our interest, the interest of the Government, is to encourage the younger generation to read, and those of our generation and our parents' generations to return to reading

 

The Centennial Programme will include a national project whereby Romanians will be encouraged to read. That was the conclusion of today’s working meeting of Prime Minister Tudose with representatives of the Association of Romania's Book Publishers and Distributors.

"Our interest, the interest of the Government, is to encourage the younger generation to read, and those of our generation and our parents' generations to return to reading. We invite you to think together about a national project in this respect. We are completely ready to provide public money to finance this project, which we will include in the Centennial Programme," stated Prime Minister Mihai Tudose.

The project whereby Romanians will be encouraged to read, will have several components, including a national campaign to add value to reading and Romanian writers, where renowned personalities and the media will be invited to join state institutions. Other means, financial ones included, are also considered to support book publishing and attract the younger generation to reading. Representatives of the Government and of the Association of Romania's Book Publishers and Distributors will continue consultations to agree on joint actions to be included in this project.

Today’s meeting at Victoria Palace was also attended by Deputy Prime Minister Marcel Ciolacu, Culture and National Identity Minister Lucian Romascanu and State Adviser Felix Rache.



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