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UK government backs festival to promote EU enlargement

The UK Government is spending£12,000 to back a London film festival showcasing Eastern European film - in a bid to help raise awareness of the planned enlargement of European Union in 2004. The New Europe Film Season opened at London's Barbican Screen on Thursday (19 September).According to a Foreign Office spokesperson the money spent on the festival is part of a plan to raise awareness of the 13 countries that are candidates for membership of the European Union in ...

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