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On June 13-14, 2016, RIAC Director General Andrey Kortunov, Deputy Director on Science of RAS Institute for Oil and Gas Studies Vassily Bogoyavlensky, RIAC Program Manager Lyudmila Filippova and MGIMO Senior Lecturer Igor Istomin were in Toronto at international conference “Ukraine, Syria and the Arctic – From Challenges to Solutions” sponsored by the Institute for 21st Century Questions, the Global Brief magazine and the Canadian Forces College.

On June 13-14, 2016, RIAC Director General Andrey Kortunov, Deputy Director on Science of RAS Institute for Oil and Gas Studies Vassily Bogoyavlensky, RIAC Program Manager Lyudmila Filippova and MGIMO Senior Lecturer Igor Istomin were in Toronto at international conference “Ukraine, Syria and the Arctic – From Challenges to Solutions” sponsored by the Institute for 21st Century Questions, the Global Brief magazine and the Canadian Forces College. The event was also attended by representatives from Canada, the United States, France, Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, Turkey and Israel.

Day one of the conference was devoted to the Ukraine and Syria crises, the Russia-West and Russia-Turkey conundrums, and Nagorny Karabakh. On day two the participants covered a wide range of issues related with international cooperation in the Arctic.

International conference “Ukraine, Syria and the Arctic – From Challenges to Solutions”

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