“Lithuanians are big fans of Ukrainian borscht,” the ministry wrote in a tweet.
Russia objects to listing
This view was met by hostility by residents of Kyiv, including 53-year old civil servant Tetiana.
UNESCO has added cuisine to its list, ascribing the same dishes to the cultural heritage of multiple countries, such as kimchi and couscous.
“For Ukraine, this is a victory, considering that Russia always wanted to steal our history, our culture, and our national dishes,” she told Reuters.
“Of course borshch is Ukrainian heritage. To prepare tasty borshch, the main thing one needs is a real Ukrainian (to prepare it), and taste,” Marshal said while slicing his way through a stack of carrots.
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