Deputy Prime Minister Gliński: renovation of the Łyczakowski Cemetery and the Pantheon of the Defenders of Lviv is repairing
Piotr Gliński, Eliza Dzwonkiewicz at the Cemetery of the Lviv Eaglets, photo. PAP / Karina Sało
Renovation of the cemetery was over 20 years ago. There is goodwill on both sides, we submitted the application, so the renovation was done at the beginning, said Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Culture Piotr Gliński on Wednesday.
On Wednesday, the head of the Ministry of Culture visited Lviv with a delegation. “This visit is a continuation of our first speech, we have Ukraine’s support in the war. It was the strength of the clarification of other Central and Eastern European ministers of culture,” Gliński told at the beginning of the consultations in Lviv.
He informed that he devoted some of his time to Polish matters there. “We were in the Pantheon in the Lychakiv Cemetery in the morning, we saw the lions that are already exposed and defended themselves on the subject of renovation of the cemetery, from dawn after renovation. Lviv” – he said.
Deputy Prime Minister asked whether the renovation will be financed by the Polish or Ukrainian side, the poll: “We are able to cover one hundred percent”. “For there to be a renovation of this place is a drug, because the last general repair was carried out over 20 years ago. There is goodwill on the part, we have already filed, so you need to do the renovation that has been done” – he added.
“We also watched the effects of our conservators’ work in the former Jesuit church, now there is (there) a Greek Catholic garrison church.
“We saw that we created and the effect of 10 years of work on Frans Sebastian Eckstein’s frescoes has been restored. My loudspeaker is a great tribute to the people, what they have done. we established a few years ago especially to work on Polish heritage abroad, and art historians, who specialize in these matters, “he said.
A visit to the minister and minister Gliński in Lviv of culture, I still control the Polish Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary and a meeting with the Lviv archdiocese of the Ukrainian Roman Catholic Church, Archbishop. Mieczysław Mokrzycki.
From Lviv, Olga Łozińska (PAP)