Nordic Cultural Cooperation
Coopération culturelle nordique
Nordische kulturelle zusammenarbeit
Nordisk kulturelt samarbejde
Nordiskt kulturellt samarbete
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15 Mar 1971, with full title Treaty Between Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden concerning cultural cooperation (Nordic Cultural Convention), to carry out tasks previously handled by H-XH5558 - Nordic Cultural Commissions, formed in 1946, by D-XD2984 - Nordic Council (NC), and dissolved 31 Dec 1971. Originally maintained a permanent secretariat in Copenhagen (Denmark) which acted as Secretariat for Culture of D-XD4238 - Nordic Council of Ministers (NCM), whose other activities were based in NMR main secretariat in Oslo (Norway). Following structural reorganization, 1988, a number of cultural committees were set up and all NMR activities came under one secretariat in Copenhagen, of which Nordic Cultural Cooperation is a part.
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Implemented by the Nordic Council of Ministers through Nordic Council of Ministers of Education and Culture and Nordic Committee of Senior Officials for Culture (EK-K / ÄK-K / EK-K / EK-K / ÄK-K / EK-K).
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