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Forum in Tbilisi "Georgian-Russian Dialogue"2012-07-24 13:04
"Center for Cultural Relations - Caucasian House" has begun a new project involving Russian and Georgian young politicians and experts in international relations, the Tbilisi Week reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
A group of Russian experts is now in the Georgian capital. They are holding meetings with representatives of government agencies and nongovernmental organizations. They also meet with their colleagues. As part of the workshops, Georgian and Russian analysts - young professionals in international relations - will try to create a platform for further cooperation.
The "Georgian-Russian dialogue for peace and cooperation" is also aimed at raising awareness of young professionals on the Georgian-Russian relations.
The project is funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Great Britain as part of the program "Foundation for Conflict Resolution".
Previously, as recalled by the Trend, at a joint press conference with Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili the European Council President Herman Van Rompuy stated of the need to improve the Georgian-Russian relations and conflict resolution in Georgia.
"It is very important and for the stability in the region and the EU will make every effort to normalize these relations. European Council takes part in the Geneva format of negotiations and contributes to the resolution of conflicts on Georgian territory", Van Rompuy said.
He noted the importance of Georgia's membership in the European Union Monitoring Mission (EUMM).