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On February 1, RIAC President Igor Ivanov received a letter from Alexander Manzhosin, Head of Russian President's Foreign Policy Directorate, who has highly praised RIAC reports that are widely used by the Directorate in its current activities.

RIAC project activities involve generation of reports summarizing conclusions of working groups on key issues of Russia's foreign policy.

The papers are forwarded to national legislative and executive bodies, Russian diplomatic missions and foreign embassies, libraries at universities and public and independent think tanks, and are also made available at all events held and supported by RIAC.

On February 1, RIAC President Igor Ivanov received a letter from Alexander Manzhosin, Head of Russian President's Foreign Policy Directorate, who has highly praised RIAC reports that are widely used by the Directorate in its current activities.

Mr. Manzhosin writes:

«Due to their expediency, most timely have been the RIAC proposals on the content for Russia's presidency in the G20, G8 and BRICS. The Theses on Foreign Policy have been used in updating the Foreign Policy Concept. The ideas toward the roadmap for Arctic cooperation have also been helpful.

We expect more of your analytical products on urgent international issues.»

Letter from Alexander Manzhosin, Head of Russian President's Foreign Policy Directorate

 

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