Representatives of UNESCO will be analysing issues concerning the protecion of monuments and archaeological sites during a conference to be held in the culture ministry's auditorium on Friday.
The conference, titled International Heritage and Cultural Routes - New Orientations, will be organised by the department of prehistoric and classical antiquities in cooperation with the Greek sector of Icomos and the Technical Chamber of Greece.
Speakers will include the director of UNESCO's International Heritage Centre, Francisco Bandarin, the general director of the International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM), Mounir Bouchenaki and the Council of Europe's general director for Education, Culture and Heritage, Battinai Dragon.
The conference will be inaugurated by Culture Minister Mihalis Liapis.
Source: Athens News Agency