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On November 25, 2014, RIAC Program Manager Natalia Evtikhevich took part in a meeting of Helsinki +40 Advisory Board at Stockholm International Peace Research Institute held to discuss the outcomes of international seminars in Moscow last September 25 (“Helsinki +40 Process: Prospects for Strengthening the OSCE”) and in Washington on November 18, 2014 (“Helsinki+40: Significance for Transatlantic Relations”).

On November 25, 2014, RIAC Program Manager Natalia Evtikhevich took part in a meeting of Helsinki +40 Advisory Board at Stockholm International Peace Research Institute held to discuss the outcomes of international seminars in Moscow last September 25 (“Helsinki +40 Process: Prospects for Strengthening the OSCE”) and in Washington on November 18, 2014 (“Helsinki+40: Significance for Transatlantic Relations”).

The SIPRI event participants have prepared the agenda for the next March 2015 seminar in Stockholm, and discussed future cooperation between the organizations involved in the project. RIAC proposed to augment the project by participation of the youths and hold an international contest on strengthening the OSCE for experts under 35 years of age. The idea was approved by other participating bodies.

The attendance also included OSCE PA Secretary General Spencer Oliver, OSCE PA Program ManagerMaria Chepurina, SIPRI Director Ian Anthony, Helsinki+40 Advisory Board Member Goran Lennmarker, OSCE PA Vice-President Kent Harstedt, former European Parliament member Tarja Cronberg (Finland), Senior Research Fellow of the Finnish Institute of International Relations Sinikukka Saari, former EU Ambassador to the International Organizations Lars Eric Lundin, and former Director of the Finnish Institute of International Relations Kari Mottola

 

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