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On March 1, 2022, the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC), together with the International Institute for the Development of Scientific Cooperation (MIRNaS), will organize the round table “Views of Russia and Turkey on the Current Situation in Central Asia”. The goal of the meeting is to discuss the positions of Russia and Turkey on key issues on the regional agenda. In the framework of the round table, experts will discuss the approaches of Russia and Turkey to security and development in Central Asia, the impact of the situation in Afghanistan on the region, as well as the regional consequences of the January events in Kazakhstan.

Opening remarks will be delivered by Andrey Kortunov, Director General at the RIAC, and Yasar Yakysh, Former Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Turkey.

On March 1, 2022, the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC), together with the International Institute for the Development of Scientific Cooperation (MIRNaS), will organize the round table “Views of Russia and Turkey on the Current Situation in Central Asia”. The goal of the meeting is to discuss the positions of Russia and Turkey on key issues on the regional agenda. In the framework of the round table, experts will discuss the approaches of Russia and Turkey to security and development in Central Asia, the impact of the situation in Afghanistan on the region, as well as the regional consequences of the January events in Kazakhstan.

Opening remarks will be delivered by Andrey Kortunov, Director General at the RIAC, and Yasar Yakysh, Former Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Turkey.

Speakers:

  • Andrey Kortunov, Director General, RIAC

  • Yashar Yakish, Former Foreign Minister of Turkey

  • Andrey Kazantsev, Professor, Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs, Higher School of Economics

  • Arif Asalioglu, Director General, International Institute of the Development of Scientific Cooperation

  • Huseyin Bagci, Head, Department at Middle East Technical University

  • Stanislav Pritchin, Senior Researcher, Institute of World Economy and International Relations of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS)

  • Abdullah Bozkurt, Director, Nordic Research Monitoring Network

  • Artem Dankov, Director, Confucius Institute of the Tomsk State University

  • Faruk Mercan, Journalist, Writer

  • Omar Nessar, Senior Researcher, Institute of Oriental Studies of the RAS

  • Ahmet Kayar, Editor-in-Chief, HaberRus

  • Evgeniya Makhmutova, Associate Professor, Financial University

  • Mahmut Akpinar, Associate Professor, Turgut Ozal University

Moderator:

  • Ivan Bocharov, Program Assistant, RIAC

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