Invitation: Seminar on the developments in Georgia

January 15th, 2016   Events | Georgia | News | Seminars
27 January, 2016
12:00till13:00

Jarl Hjalmarson Foundation has the pleasure of welcoming you to the seminar Developments in Georgia – Challenges for Western integration at Stora Nygatan 30 in Stockholm, Wednesday, January 27. Two representatives of United National Movement (UNM), the largest opposition party in Georgia, will describe the recent years political developments and the situation for the opposition in the upcoming parliamentary elections 2016. Read more about the seminar and how to participate below.

 

Developments in Georgia – Challenges for Western integration

Jarl Hjalmarson Foundation has the pleasure of inviting you to a seminar on the political developments in Georgia and the upcoming parliamentary elections in October 2016.

United National Movement (UNM) is the largest opposition party in Georgia. Two representatives of UNM are coming to Sweden and will describe the recent years political developments in Georgia, the challenges for stronger Western integration and the situation for the opposition in the upcoming parliamentary elections in October 2016.

Zurab Tchiaberashvili, UNM Secretary for Civil Society and former Minister of Healthcare, and Tinatin Bokuchava, Member of Parliament, will give their views on the situation.

United National Movement was in government 2004-2012 after the Rose Revolution and since the parliamentary elections 2012 they are the largest opposition party.

The seminar will be moderated by Diana Janse, Senior Foreign Policy Advisor of the Moderate Party.

The seminar will be held in English.
A light lunch will be served from 11.30

Date: Wednesday, January 27, 2016
Time: 12.00-13.00
Venue: Schönfeldtska Praktsalen, Moderate Party office, Stora Nygatan 30, Gamla Stan, Stockholm

Please RSVP by January 25, 2016
to hjalmarsonstiftelsen@moderat.se
or +46 8 676 81 05

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