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On September 11, 2018, Oslo (Norway) hosted a seminar on «The Future of Russian-Ukrainian Relations», organized by Norwegian Defense Research Establishment (Forsvarets forskningsinstitutt).

Volodymyr Ogryzko, former Ukrainian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Head of the Centre for Russian Studies; Professor Paul D’ Anieri, University of California; Natalia Mirimanova, Senior Adviser at Eurasia Programme of International Alert, Belgium; Olexiy Haran, Professor at National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy; Asle Toje, foreign policy scholar; took part in the discussion.

On September 11, 2018, Oslo (Norway) hosted a seminar on «The Future of Russian-Ukrainian Relations», organized by Norwegian Defense Research Establishment (Forsvarets forskningsinstitutt).

Volodymyr Ogryzko, former Ukrainian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Head of the Centre for Russian Studies; Professor Paul D’ Anieri, University of California; Natalia Mirimanova, Senior Adviser at Eurasia Programme of International Alert, Belgium; Olexiy Haran, Professor at National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy; Asle Toje, foreign policy scholar; took part in the discussion.

Ekaterina Chimiris, RIAC Program Manager, represented RIAC at the event and made a report “The Russian Vision of the Ukrainian Conflict: Discourse of National Interests and Perspectives for Conflict Resolution”.

The seminar touched upon complex and potentially conflictual issues related to the current situation, however, the dialog was held at a high expert level.  

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