Students of the National University of Ostroh Academy and high school students participated in the European Values program implemented in Germany. Besides Ukrainians youth from Germany, Poland, Lithuania, Czech Republic, interested in European integration and informal education, also joined the program.

During the program the participants could attend trainings on theatre arts, film production, montage, painting, dancing and sculpture; learn about Trebnitz castle; present their own cultural traditions; discuss international integration process and educational issues.

'It is the first time Ukraine was presented in our program. However, I guess we have very good background for further cooperation', Darius Miller, the director of Trebnitz castle, mentions. - 'We are open for new art projects as the youth should develop in various directions, know history, cultural distinctions, be able to communicate with different people, feel the art'.

Besides studying, the program included Berlin city tour and visit to governmental institutions, mainly, to Bundestag.

The project was resulted in production of shorties on harmful habits, sculptures and paintings exhibitions, theatrical performance on the best perception of European nations cultures.

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