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On June 25–26, 2019, a regular annual meeting of the European Council on Foreign Relations was held in Lisbon. The forum gathered government officials, former and current diplomats, journalists, parliamentarians and public figures of European countries, representatives of international organizations and the private sector. The participants discussed the role of the European Union in the system of international relations, the dynamics of transatlantic interaction, the future of the multipolar world, the impact of new technologies on world politics, regional crises in the Middle East and Africa, etc. 

On June 25–26, 2019, a regular annual meeting of the European Council on Foreign Relations was held in Lisbon. The forum gathered government officials, former and current diplomats, journalists, parliamentarians and public figures of European countries, representatives of international organizations and the private sector. The participants discussed the role of the European Union in the system of international relations, the dynamics of transatlantic interaction, the future of the multipolar world, the impact of new technologies on world politics, regional crises in the Middle East and Africa, etc. Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General, made a speech at the plenary session on the future world order in the context of global trade wars.

Andrey Kortunov also had a meeting with Mikhail Kamynin, Russian Ambassador to Portugal, and Alexander Bryantsev, Counselor of the Russian Embassy in Lisbon, to discuss the issues of expanding the interaction between Russian and Portuguese expert-analytical centers and public organizations

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     36 (35%)
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