The Ministry of culture together with the cultural community is considering measures, which should eliminate situations such as the case of the “Seventh Studio”, said the head of Department Olga Lyubimova. According to her, the Ministry monitor the process in relation to Director Kirill Serebrennikov, the Ministry of culture is the aggrieved party.Ms. Lyubimova believes that a creative person should not come into contact with money and budgets. “We have developed the bill “About modification of bases of the legislation of the Russian Federation on culture”. Legislate the division of the spheres of control of theatre, concert organizations, the cultural institution especially in the field of performing arts between the Director and artistic Director. This division is not imperative, but an opportunity. Until now it was not written in the law,” she said (quoted by TASS).”Of course, we know how the trial was held, of course, see a wide public resonance,” said Mrs Lyubimova journalists (quoted by “Interfax”). She noted that “there is no reason to make populist statements and to substitute a higher court assessing the legality of the sentence of the court.” The Minister reminded that the Ministry of culture “is the aggrieved party in the process, we are talking about major damage to the state.”Earlier Friday, the Meshchansky court of Moscow found the Director Kirill Serebrennikov guilty to embezzlement of subsidies for the project “Platform”. Also convicted of fraud found the former Director of the “Gogol-center” Alexei Malopolska and ex-Director of “the Seventh Studio” Yuri itina. The head of the Department of the Ministry of culture Sofia Apfelbaum found guilty of negligence.Read more about the verdict — in an online broadcast of “Kommersant”.