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Round table between Russian and Georgian journalists in Tbilisi2013-02-06 13:24
Round table "South Caucasus 2020: Promising scenarios of regional development" is being held on Wednesday, February 6, in Tbilisi, as part of the "Russian-Georgian school of journalism", the News-Georgia reportedgt-en-newsitem-inside
"The Russian-Georgian school of journalism" started on February 4 in the conference hall of the Tbilisi Hotel "Ambassador". The organizers of the project are the Political Studies Center "North-South" and the non-commercial partnership "Caucasian Cooperation".
The project involved more than 50 journalists from various Georgian media and journalism students.
Recall, on February 4, in Tbilisi, there was held a conference "Georgia after the 2012 election and the prospects of Russian-Georgian relations". As part of this conference, a group of young Russian experts, political scientists and journalists arrived in Tbilisi. The meeting in the format of dialogue was organized by the International Center on Conflict and Negotiation. Russian delegation was represented by Nicholai Silaev - Senior Fellow, Center for the Caucasus and Regional Security, MGIMO under the MFA of Russia, Andrei Sushentsov - professor of the department of applied analysis of international issues, MGIMO, Fyodor Lukyanov - Chairman of the Presidium of the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy, and the editor in chief of the magazine "Russia in Global Affairs" and political analyst Sergei Mikheev.
Georgia was represented by experts in the field of economics, law, politics, political science, such as Lado Papava, Zurab Abashidze, Ivliane Khaindrava, Nana Devdariani, Petre Mamradze, different NGOs and others.