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Parallel stakeholders' discussion: Georgia – Constitutional Reform and Civil Society Contribution

Parallel stakeholders discussion: Georgia – Constitutional Reform and Civil Society  Contribution

On 25-27 of October 2017 EaP CSP Annual Assembly was held in Tallinn, Estonia. Nato Bachiashvili took part at the Parallel stakeholders' discussion: Georgia – Constitutional Reform and Civil Society Contribution. Topics of the discussion were: what are the main changes introduced to the Georgian Constitution with the latest reform and how are they perceived by different political actors in the country? What are the consequences for the political landscape? How to further enhance the civil society's participation and influence in the negotiation process? What has been the role of the Council of Europe's Venice Commission and how was its opinion reflected in the shaping of the reform?.

   

Discussions with Ambassadors of NATO Allied Countries

Discussions with Ambassadors of NATO Allied Countries

On 18 th October 2017 As usual, very interesting and fruitful discussion was held with Ambassador of Republic of Lithuania HE Giedrius Poijunas about NATO as a guarantor of global peace and security, Lithuania's experience of successful integration to the Alliance, Georgia's perspective to join to the Alliance, bilateral relationship between Litaunia and Georgia in this regards.

   

Discussions with Ambassadors of NATO Allied Countries

Discussions with Ambassadors of NATO Allied Countries

On 9 of October 2017 with the initiative of International Centre for Geopolitical Studies, very interesting and fruitful discussion was held with Ambassador of Republic of Slovakia HE Rudolf Michalka about NATO as a guarantor of global peace and security, experience of successful integration of Slovak Republic to the Alliance, Georgia's perspective to join to the Alliance, bilateral relationship between  Slovakia and Georgia in this regards.

   

Nato Bachiashvili took part in the project "No Occupation"

Nato Bachiashvili took part in the project

Nato Bachiashvili took part in the project "No Occupation". The event was held in the Museum of victims of Soviet Political Repression, Kaspi, Georgia. The aim of the project is to raise awareness and promote informal education on the issues of Russian-Georgian relations, occupation and the hidden annexation process of territories of Georgia, as well as challenges and threats from Russian Federation towar Georgia and the hole Region. The project is implemented by the organization: Bridge of Friendship "Kartlosi".

   

Higher National Defence Course

Higher National Defence Course

On 4-7 JUL 2017 Nato Bachiashvili took part in  the Higher National Defence Course. Kachreti, Georgia.

During the Course  information meetings and discussion held about followed topics: modern security system and regional threats; practical steps toward strengthening the Black Sea region security; cooperation between Georgia and NATO, Georgia and EU; issues of Energy and information security.  Unconventional treats facing Georgia, conflict in South Caucasus region and cooperation with neigbours were also discussed at the meetings with governmental officials. At the framework of the Higher National Defence Course the simulation of Crisis scenario carried out among participants.

   

The Challenges and Perspectives of European Integration

The Challenges and Perspectives of European Integration

In the framework of the European Days On May 9th 2017 Nato Bachiashvili took part in discussion: "the Challenges and Perspectives of European Integration", which was held in Gori.

   

Public lecture at the Sulkhan Saba Orbeliani Study University

Public lecture at the Sulkhan Saba Orbeliani Study University

On March 27th 2017, Nato Bachiashvili delivered a public lecture on the following topic: "NATO — Georgia"s Relationship Dynamic" at Sulkhan-Saba Orbeliani Study University"s Lawers" Club.

The lecture was focused on the main stages of the NATO – Georgian cooperation from the military, as well as, political point of view; decisions of last NATO summits; certain projects focused on strengthening of NATO – Georgian partnership.

   

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