The all-Ukrainian project "Small Cities - Great Impressions" initiated by the Government with the funding of UAH 50 million has offered opportunities for small cities that have their own history, traditions, and where the Ukrainian soul and heart feel at ease.
This was announced by Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman during the closing ceremony of the large open-air classical music festival OperaFest Tulchyn. The festival is being held for the third time within the framework of the project "Small Cities - Great Impressions". Its peculiarity is that during several days on one stage near the Potocki Palace in Tulchin, Vinnytsya region, teams and soloists of various opera theaters from Ukraine, Poland, Germany and other countries perform.This year the number of performances has reached 12. The event is open, free of charge and everyone can visit it at any time.
The Head of Government attends the festival for the second time. Last year he took part in the opening ceremony of the event.
"We are lacking some bright and warm things in life. These events bring us together and make us kinder. This is important for us. Last year, when I had the privilege of being among you, we decided to implement the program "Small Cities - Great Impressions." This project totaling UAH 50 million unveiled the opportunity to hold such events in small cities. Where our heart is", Volodymyr Groysman underscored.
The Prime Minister wished organizers and participants of the festival to turn such event into a good tradition for decades, and thanked the visitors of the festival for kindness and sincerity.