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"Mr President, I voted in favour of the report on the European Year of Intercultural Dialogue and I am happy with its contents. However, one aspect of intercultural dialogue should be underlined: in many cases we refer to ourselves as ‘Europe’ and ‘Europeans’, forgetting the fact that a huge part of eastern Europe, including the largest European nation – Russia – is not a Member State of the European Union. We share the same European culture and heritage, but we hardly know each other’s contemporary art and culture. There are mass media broadcasts, false images and bad clichés about the everyday life of those countries. We should use the possibility of the European Year of Intercultural Dialogue to get a true picture of the rich culture of Russia and Ukraine, as well as that of the former Yugoslav Republics. Inviting young artists, students and journalists and encouraging cultural exchange between Member States and the eastern European nations will strengthen our common European identity."@en1
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