|Posted by Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation on March 14, 2011 at 3:51 PM|
Taking part in Ashgabat-the capital of Turkmenistan- at a debate on the new destiny of Silk Road- professor Dr. Anton Caragea , director of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation had announced the Romanian openness in taking part in a cultural resurrection project of the universal patrimony of Silk Road.
Besides Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan, Romania will get involved by simultaneous hosting this year a large cultural show in Bucharest, show destined to rekindle the values and beauties of Silk Road.
The Silk Road is linking Romania to Korea and China
The Silk Road was connecting Korea and China to Europe, transporting goods, ideas and cultural values but also economical treasures and unifying peoples and civilizations. The Romanian presence in this trans-continental endeavor was enthusiastically greeted by Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan as a modern resurrection of Silk Road, without Romania contribution this being uncompleted.
The Bucharest Exhibition will reconstruct the treasures of Silk Road in a large exposition offering to visitors the opportunity to see the fabulous specific yurt`s and typical Central Asia housing on Silk Road and from fantastic Bukhara rugs to Turkmen carpets that are recreating the memories of 1001 Nights Oriental tales . Also lights and sounds and travel documentary will recreate for the visitors the magic atmosphere of the treasures of Silk Road.