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On November 22 Alexander Dynkin, RIAC member, President of RAS Institute of World Economy and International Relations, Academician; Pavel Zolotaryov, Major-General, Deputy Director at RAS Institute of USA and Canada; and Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General, held a briefing for the staff of the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Moscow on Russia-U.S. relations and their impact on political, military, and strategic situation in the Northeast Asia region.

On November 22 Alexander Dynkin, RIAC member, President of RAS Institute of World Economy and International Relations, Academician; Pavel Zolotaryov, Major-General, Deputy Director at RAS Institute of USA and Canada; and Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General, held a briefing for the staff of the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Moscow on Russia-U.S. relations and their impact on political, military, and strategic situation in the Northeast Asia region.

The event was moderated by Ha Tae Yok, Deputy Head of Mission, Minister Plenipotentiary.



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