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Palace Museum enters bilateral agreement with Syrian culture ministry

By Wang Kaihao | | Updated: 2018-09-20 09:23

The Palace Museum in Beijing, also known as the Forbidden City, signed agreement with the Syrian ministry of culture on Tuesday to kick off a series projects — which will include joint exhibitions and public education initiatives — to be brought about through bilateral cooperation.

The Palace Museum will provide archaeological support for research in Syria, it will also help to train more of the country's professionals in the field of cultural relic conservation and museum management through programs in China.

The agreement was signed at the closing ceremony of a three-day Taihe Forum on Protecting the World's Ancient Civilizations — exploring methodologies for protecting ancient capital cities during times of increased modern urban development — which was held at the museum and attracted delegates from 13 countries.

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