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On April 2, 2018, the VI International Meeting of Intellectuals was held in Bishkek (Kyrgyz Republic), organized by the International Institute for the Development of Scientific Cooperation, the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Russian International Affairs Council, the SEREP Research Institute, the National Institute for Strategic Studies of the Kyrgyz Republic . The topic of the meeting of intellectuals was "The experience of living together in Eurasia." The event touched upon a wide range of issues: the features of the common historical and cultural heritage of the peoples of Eurasia, the current problems of radicalism and extremism, and the trends of migration in the region.

On April 2, 2018, the VI International Meeting of Intellectuals was held in Bishkek (Kyrgyz Republic), organized by the International Institute for the Development of Scientific Cooperation, the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Russian International Affairs Council, the SEREP Research Institute, the National Institute for Strategic Studies of the Kyrgyz Republic . The topic of the meeting of intellectuals was "The experience of living together in Eurasia." The event touched upon a wide range of issues: the features of the common historical and cultural heritage of the peoples of Eurasia, the current problems of radicalism and extremism, and the trends of migration in the region.

A separate session of the meeting was devoted to the development of the Eurasian Economic Union. During this session, the Russian International Affairs Council, represented by manager of analytical work Elena Alekseenkova, the Council's experts - Elena Kuzmina (the head of the Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine sector in IMEMO RAS) and Andrey Devyatkov (expert of the Center for Strategic Studies, Senior Research Scientist of the Institute of Economics RAS) - presented reports based on RIAC workbook "Prospects for the development of the project of the EAEU by 2025".

The event was attended by more than 50 experts from Russia, Kyrgyzstan, Turkey, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and China.

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