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On November 28, 2017 Russian International Affairs Council held the 25th regular session of its Presidium. RIAC Presidium was held to adopt the documents regulating RIAC activities in 2018, including the plan and the budget for RIAC in 2018, as well as to discuss and endorse financial and accounting reports.

On November 28, 2017 Russian International Affairs Council held the 25th regular session of its Presidium.

RIAC Presidium was held to adopt the documents regulating RIAC activities in 2018, including the plan and the budget for RIAC in 2018, as well as to discuss and endorse financial and accounting reports.

The Presidium approved RIAC vice-presidential nominees:

1.      Aleksandr Aksenenok  — Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation;

2.      Evgeny Buzhinsky — Chairman of PIR Center, Lieutenant-General;

3.      Aleksandr Dzasokhov — Deputy Chairman, Commission of the Russian Federation for UNESCO;

4.      Gleb Ivashentsov — Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation;

5.      Mikhail Margelov — Vice-President for International Affairs and Public Relations at «Transneft», PJSC;

6.      Vyacheslav Trubnikov — Member of the Board of Directors of the IMEMO, General of the Army, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation.

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