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On November 26, 2018, Russian International Affairs Council and Stiftung Wissenschaft and Politik (SWP, Germany) held a joint seminar “Connectivity — Russian and German Perspectives” in Berlin.

On November 26, 2018, Russian International Affairs Council and Stiftung Wissenschaft and Politik (SWP, Germany) held a joint seminar “Connectivity — Russian and German Perspectives” in Berlin.

The participants of the seminar discussed the development of cooperation in trade, economic, and infrastructure areas, the formation of the Greater Eurasian Partnership, the prospects for the Belt and Road Initiative, as well as the new European Union strategy for the development of cooperation in Eurasia. During the closing session, experts discussed the current state and dynamics in the development of relations between Russia and Germany, Russia and the EU.

Vladimir Morozov, RIAC Program Coordinator, represented RIAC at the seminar.

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