... mechanisms of multilateral diplomacy in Europe and preparing relevant proposals for pan-European organizations. The session was addressed by Thomas Greminger, Secretary-General, OSCE; representatives of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of Slovakia, the country holding chairmanship in the OSCE in 2019; diplomats and representatives of expert and analytical community. Russia was represented by Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General, who made a speech at the session.
On March 19, 2019, in Moscow, Ivan Timofeev, RIAC Director of Programs, had a meeting with Luboš Blaha, Member of Parliament of Slovakia, Chairman of the Committee of the National Council (Parliament) of the Slovak Republic for European Affairs.
On March 19, 2019, in Moscow, Ivan Timofeev, RIAC Director of Programs, had a meeting with Luboš Blaha, Member of Parliament of Slovakia,...
... meeting with Marian Jakubocy, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic, visiting Moscow.
The relations between Russia and the European Union, as well as between Russia and the Visegrád Group states, were discussed in the context of Slovakia’s chairmanship in the OSCE. The meeting was also attended by the staff of the Slovak Embassy in Moscow and the Slovak Foreign Ministry. The event was moderated Peter Priputen, Ambassador of Slovakia to Russia.
... Vienna-based secretariat staff.
The parties discussed the formats of interaction between the OSCE Secretariat and the international expert community in the work on analytical materials on the future of European security in the context of the upcoming Slovakia’s OSCE chairmanship.
... and Entrepreneurs took part in the meeting.
The seminar on Russia-EU relations was held within the Presidency of a European state in the EU Council. Since 2015 RIAC has held seminars with the Embassies of
, the Netherlands, and
The European Union's top court has rejected a challenge by Hungary and Slovakia to a migrant relocation deal devised in 2015
The European Union's top court has rejected a challenge by Hungary and Slovakia to a migrant relocation deal devised in 2015. The European Court of Justice overruled their objections to the compulsory ...
... Russia; Andrey Kelin, director, Department of European Cooperation; RIAC members; experts from MGIMO University of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, IMEMO of the Russian Academy of Sciences, and Institute of Europe of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Slovakia was represented by Igor Greksa, director, Department of Policy Analysis and Planning, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic; Jaroslav Vala, senior specialist on energy issues, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic; Pavol ...
edited by Patryk Kugiel
. The report, which was published with the support of the Visegrad Fund, is the result of the collective efforts of leading Visegrad Group research centres: the PISM, the Central European Policy Institute (CEPI) in Slovakia, the Institute of International Relations (IIR) in Prague and the Centre for Economic and Regional Studies of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
The report is marked by a high level of professionalism among the authors, rendering an extremely ...
... social programs, and the frontline role in view of a potential armed conflict in Europe.
Vadim Trukhachev: the Visegrad Gainers from Ukraine Tragedy
The obvious beneficiary appears to be the Visegrad Group of Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary, where both Russia-haters and opponents of sanctions are set to obtain dividends.
Newly elected Polish president Andrzej Duda, whose campaign was permeated with the Ukraine parlance and insistence on military assistance ...
... pitiless towards oppressors and full of sympathy for the peoples that suffered.
On 4 April 2015, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov visited Bratislava to take part in the official 70th anniversary celebrations of the liberation of the capital of Slovakia. Despite the significance of the event, the President of Slovakia did not participate in the wreath-laying ceremony with the Russian Foreign Minister and preferred to pay tribute to the fallen Soviet soldiers on his own. This was a deliberate ...