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IWP presented the policy paper on Transnistria in Warsaw

04:11 13.06.11
The Institute of World Policy presented the policy paper “Scenarios for the Development of the Transnistria Conflict. Challenges to European Security” in Warsaw.

The policy paper was presented by Alyona Getmanchuk, IWP director, and Kateryna Zarembo, IWP deputy director.

After the presentation the discussion on the future scenario of the settlement of the conflict of Transnistria took place. The situation with regard to the renewal of the negotiations in “5+2” format, scheduled to take place on June 21st in Moscow, was also discussed.

The event was moderated by Jan Pieklo, PAUCI Foundation Director. Leading Polish experts on Transnistria settlement, journalists, representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland and foreign diplomats accredited in Warsaw took part in the discussion.

The presentation in Warsaw was organized on the invitation of the PAUCI Foundation, IWP’s partner. The project was supported by the International Visegrad Fund and the Black Sea Trust, a project of the German Marshall Fund of the United States. It was implemented in partnership with the leading analytical institutions from the Visegrad Group states: Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and the Czech Republic. The aim of te event – to draw the attention of the Polish political and expert circles to the Transnistria problem.

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