07 August 2003, 13:07

Second International Summer University ?International Relations in the Modern World? opened in Pitsunda on August 5

The International Summer University ?International Relations in the Modern World? opened in Pitsunda for the second time. It will last for 2 weeks and end on August 19.  The course of lectures for 36 students from Abkhazia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Nagorny Karabakh, Russia (Karachaevo-Cherkessia, North Osetia, Mari El, Chechnya, Dagestan), Kirgizia, Kazakhstan, Turkey, Germany, the Netherlands, and the US will be given by the lectures American Peter Rutland and Russian Sergey Medvedev.

The Summer University is organized by the British non-government organization ?Sources of Reconciliation?, which implements a program in the region on problems of transformation of the Georgian-Abkhazian conflict and civil society development.

The International Summer University is carried out in partnership with Abkhazian non-government organizations ? the Center of Humanitarian Programs and ?Media-Club?.

The program of the university is devoted to international relations, government systems and questions connected with the problems of conflicts.

Source: APSNIPRESS Information Agency

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