Brno city councillors approved the Memorandum of Cooperation on the project

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On 12 May 2020, the first, very important stage of the project was completed.

One year and three months after the writer Martin Reiner and the historian Michal Konečný first talked about the "Holocaust Documentation Centre" in the Brno beer bar Na stojáka, the Brno city councillors unanimously approved a Memorandum of Cooperation on the project concluded between the mayor, JUDr. Markéta Vaňková, as the representative of the city, and Martin Reiner, the director of the Foundation Fund, which will take care of the project.

To Memorandum is important for two reasons. Firstly, the city has made a binding promise to provide the land, which is the well-known "necessary condition" for anything to be built at all, and secondly, this act will increase the authority of the Foundation Fund for other parties with whom it will be necessary to negotiate.

With the city's unequivocal support behind them, the step will be firmer and the goal more achievable.


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