Read the closing remarks of Commissioner Tibor Navracsics’ at the Prague Platform on Cultural Heritage in the Digital Age

The European Commission - Berlaymont Building
The European Commission - Berlaymont Building. Image: Glyn Lowe PhotoWorks, Flickr.

Last week, European Commissioner Tibor Navracsics spoke at the Prague platform on cultural heritage in the the digital age. Navracsics spoke of the importance and potential of using digital tools together with culture and concluded with a reference to his departure as commissioner:

“My term as Commissioner is coming to an end. My successor, Commissioner-designate Mariya Gabriel, will continue our work to develop new ways to strengthen Europe’s commitment to preserving and protecting our cultural heritage, notably through new digital technologies. Culture is back high on the EU’s political agenda.”

Read the full closing remarks of Navracsics at

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