RUSSIA'S ROLE IN KARABAKH PEACE PROCESS TO BE DISCUSSED IN MOSCOW ON NOVEMBER 2

ArmInfo
2009-11-02 12:50:00

ArmInfo. Russia's role in the Karabakh conflict resolution will be
discussed in Moscow on the initiative of the International Alert
and the Center of Strategic Research of Religions and Policy of
Modern World with participation of the Public Chamber of the Russian
Federation, International Alert's Projects Director for the Eurasia
Program Dessislava Roussanova told ArmInfo. A Roundtable entitled
"Nagorny Karabakh conflict: creating conditions for peace building -
Russia's role" is expected in Moscow on November 2.

Armenian and Azerbaijani experts, public representatives, and leading
experts in South Caucasus will discuss further development of peaceful
initiatives and public peacemaking dialogue regarding the Karabakh
conflict. In addition, the meeting will discuss the role which the
Russian public can play and is playing in creating conditions for
peace building in Karabakh.

International Alert's Projects Director for the Eurasia Program
Dessislava Roussanova, Russian First Channel anchorman Maxim
Shevchenko, deputy director of the Institute of Political and Military
Analysis Sergei Markedov will be the guest speakers. Chairman of
Islamic Commiitee Heydar Jemal, director of Institute of Social
Systems Sergei Kurghinyan, director of RIA Novosti CIS and Baltic
states division Alan Kasayev, representatives of leading Russian,
Armenian and Azerbaijani media will also attend the Roundtable.

From: Emil Lazarian | Ararat NewsPress