Permanent mission of Russia: Odessa’s inclusion in the heritage list passed “bypassing the rules” 19:21

The Permanent Mission of Russia to UNESCO stated that inclusion of Odessa on the heritage list is “bypassing the rules”. TASS.

According to a source at the permanent mission, this decision was made “under pressure from the collective West.”

According to the international organization’s website, UNESCO previously included the historic center of Odessa on the World Heritage List.

The statement stated that the decision acknowledges the extraordinary universal value of the site and the duty of all humanity to preserve it.

It has also been reported that he has been in Ukraine since February 24. damaged or destroyed 152 internationally recognized cultural sites.

According to the organization, almost half of these objects are religious buildings. 30 of them were historical buildings, the rest were cultural centers, monuments, museums and libraries. They were mainly located in Kyiv, Kharkov and Donetsk.

The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine appealed to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) to deprive the Russian Federation of its status as a member state of the organization.

Source: Gazeta


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