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Tbilisi to discuss modernization of Russia2011-02-10 14:43
A workshop called "Today's Russia: modernization plans and regional influence" is to be held on February 11 in Tbilisi, Novosti-Georgia report.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The workshop is dedicated to the current political events in the Russian Federation without touching upon the Georgian-Russian relations. The workshop is organized by Frederick Ebert Foundation, Georgian Institute of Russian Research, International Center for Conflicts and Negotiations (ICCN) and International Center for Strategic Research.
On Russia's part, the workshop will be attended by representatives of Moscow Carnegie Center Nikolay Petrov, Andrey Ryabov and independent political expert Dmitry Oreshkin, as well as political experts Toby Trister Gati (USA), Ahto Lobyakas (Estonia), Hans-Henning Schroder (Germany), Rasim Musabekov (Azerbaijan), Stepan Grigoryan (Armenia), Hasan Ali Karasar (Turkey). Zurab Abashidze and Irakly Menagarishvili will represent Georgia.