Africa Industrialization Day
Within the framework of the Second Industrial Development Decade for Africa (1991-2000), the United Nations General Assembly, in 1989, proclaimed 20 November “Africa Industrialization Day” (A/RES/44/237). Since then, the United Nations System has held events on that day throughout the world to raise awareness about the importance of Africa’s industrialization and the challenges faced by the continent.
On this day, the Museum of Peace together with the O. Oles' library and the African Council in Ukraine held a meeting with readers. The meeting was addressed by the Consul of the Republic of Guinea in Ukraine Issa Dialo Sadio, the former Consul of Ukraine in the Republic of Guinea Zoya Sokolova and the founder of the Museum of Peace Serhiy Gromov.