Kotor 2020 - Consequences and Recovery after COVID-19

By , 16 Jun 2020, 13:05 PM Lifestyle
Kotor 2020 - Consequences and Recovery after COVID-19 Kotor, Photo by Antonela Stjepcevic
June 16, 2020 - The Secretariat for Culture, Sports, and Social Activities of the Municipality of Kotor in cooperation with the Public Institution Cultural Center "Nikola Đurković" Kotor - City Library and Reading Room organizes a series of forums entitled "Kotor 2020 - consequences and recovery after COVID-19."
 
It is a project that will be implemented during the summer, every other Friday at noon in various locations of the Old Town.
 
The first tribune will be held on June 19 at noon on the Maritime Museum's terrace. The President of the Municipality, Zeljko Aprcovic, the Director of the Tourist Organization, Ana Nives Radovic, the Dean of the Faculty of Maritime Studies, Spiro Ivosevic, and the Director of the Port of Kotor, Marko Radulovic, will take part. The moderator for the first part of this cycle will be the librarian of the City Library and Reading Room Jasmina Bajo.
 
The project aims to review the situation in society caused by the epidemic crisis, analyze the current situation, and remedy the consequences in social life and creation. It is planned that in fifteen-minute presentations on interesting topics from various fields, reputable and competent citizens of Kotor - representatives of institutions, organizations, festivals, NGO sector. They will discuss the issue of economy, culture, sports, entrepreneurship, tourism, education.
 
"We believe that after teaching online, video conferencing applications, the inability to go to work for a large number of employees, the total interruption of cultural and sports activities, and live programs, this project will be a novelty in the Cultural Kotor Summer, which is just beginning. The goal is to include as many of our citizens as possible, to think about how and what should be done to get out of the crisis and the problems that the whole world is in as painlessly as possible, which did not bypass Kotor either," the organizers say. 

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