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On January 28, 2020, a delegation of the Swiss Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue, a non-governmental international organization that assists in mediation between conflicting parties to prevent or end armed conflicts, visited Russian International Affairs Council. The Сentre also conducts applied research on mediation and peacekeeping to support its operational work.

On January 28, 2020, a delegation of the Swiss Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue, a non-governmental international organization that assists in mediation between conflicting parties to prevent or end armed conflicts, visited Russian International Affairs Council. The Сentre also conducts applied research on mediation and peacekeeping to support its operational work.

The delegation was headed by Romain Grandjean, Middle East and North Africa Regional Director. In the course of discussion, representatives of the Swiss Centre touched upon the issues of armed conflicts in Libya and Syria, Russia's role in resolving crisis situations in these countries, as well as possible models of multilateral cooperation in ensuring the security of the Middle East and North Africa regions. The visitors from Switzerland were informed about RIAC’s most recent projects related to the settlement of regional crises and discussed the possibilities of cooperation between the Centre and the Council in this area.

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