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The 5th annual Meeting Russia program to take place in Moscow

April 18, 2022
Meeting Russia 2022 will be held online in Moscow on May 25-26.
Meeting Russia is a significant public diplomacy project for young and aspiring analysts, diplomats, journalists, social activists, and politicians. This program has been held annually since 2017 by the Russian non-governmental organization PICREADI. The main goal of this program is to promote productive dialogue among the new generation of leaders and draw attention to the critical points in Russia's relations. Besides, Meeting Russia provides participants from other countries the opportunity to get acquainted with the peculiarities of Russian external affairs.
The two-day event involves an exchange of views on major foreign policy issues between the experts of BRICS, Latin American, Asian, African countries, and Russian intellectual elites.
This year Meeting Russia program will be held for the fifth time. Professionals aged 25-35 and engaged in the Russian studies and foreign policy research can take part in the program. Today over 70 experts from more than 15 countries are members of the Meeting Russia Alumni Family.
The Meeting Russia program is traditionally organized by the PICREADI - Creative Diplomacy Center for Support and Development of Public Initiatives, a Russian non-governmental organization established in 2010 by a group of specialists in the field of international relations. The project is implemented with the support of the Presidential Grants Fund. Project Office of International Youth Cooperation “Russia – BRICS” and Gorchakov Foundation are media partners of the 2022 program.
We welcome you to take part in Meeting Russia!
Application deadline: May 20, 2022
Program language: English
Date and venue: May 25-26, 2022, Russia, Moscow


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