Website to promote Ukraine abroad presented by Foreign Ministry
The Web resource will inform foreigners about latest developments in Ukraine
Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry presented a website called MyUkraineis.org, a part of international online campaign to promote the country abroad, said the Ministry’s press service. Visitors of the resource can learn about latest developments in Ukraine, its history and cultural heritage. The main idea of the project is to help foreigners get rid of Ukraine-related clichés and stereotypes.
The website’s hashtag is #myukraineis.
The key feature of the website is that since its launch, it turned into a platform where users can create and add their own content. Any user, a Ukrainian or a foreign citizen, can contribute facts about the country and famous Ukrainians by clicking Add Your Story button.
The best stories contributed by users will be examined by an expert council and then posted at the website.
The online-campaign MyUkraineis that includes work on the website will involve Ukrainian embassies and consulates, Ukrainian diaspora, as well as concerned Ukrainians and foreigners.
MyUkraineis.org was jointly developed by the Foreign Ministry, the Ministry for Information Policy and Stratcom.UA company.
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