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On February 20, 2019, Wolfgang Schuessel, Austrian Foreign Minister (1995–2000), Federal Chancellor of Austria (2000–2007), visited Russian International Affairs Council.

On February 20, 2019, Wolfgang Schuessel, Austrian Foreign Minister (1995–2000), Federal Chancellor of Austria (2000–2007), visited Russian International Affairs Council.

The Austrian statesman learned about RIAC activity, shared his assessments of current issues on European security, and discussed the possibilities of expanding cooperation between Russian and European think tanks.

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