The Romanian Cultural Institute in Warsaw, represented by director Ovidiu Dajbog-Miron, took over the presidency of the EUNIC Warsaw cluster, the European network of cultural institutes and diplomatic representations accredited in the Polish capital. This is the second time in the last decade that the Warsaw branch of the Romanian Cultural Institute leads this prestigious network.
On 20 September 2023, during the meeting hosted by the Embassy of the Netherlands in the Republic of Poland, Nicolas Boisselier, Deputy Director of the French Institute in Warsaw, was elected Vice-President of the network and, according to custom, he will become the next President of the cluster in September 2024.
The EUNIC Warsaw cluster was created in 2007 and currently brings together 21 European institutes and diplomatic representations, the most recent associate member of the cluster being the Ukrainian Institute.
The Warsaw network is very active, carrying out yearly joint projects that highlight Europe's linguistic and cultural diversity, through traditional initiatives such as "European Day of Languages", "International Translator's Day", "Poetry in the City", or that put on the public agenda topics of interest such as the under-representation of women creators in creative sectors like electronic music, as in the case of the "Women's Night" event.
In all its activities, the EUNIC Warsaw cluster cooperates with Polish institutions and non-governmental organisations.
The Romanian Cultural Institute in Warsaw is one of the most active members of the local cluster, participating in numerous initiatives with artists and cultural proposals of the highest quality.