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Discussion with Jiri Pretslik, Charge d'Affaires of Czech Republic to Georgia and Tengiz Pkhaladze, Georgian expert

Discussion with Jiri Pretslik, Charge d'Affaires of Czech Republic to Georgia and Tengiz Pkhaladze, Georgian expert

On 7 of December 2018 Discussion with Jiri Pretslik - Charge d'Affaires of Czech Republic to Georgia and Tengiz Pkhaladze - Georgian expert, Lecturer of GIPA, former Foreign Relations Secretary of President of Georgia (2014-2018) held in NLO Georgia.

Topics for Discussion with Jiri Pretslik were: why did the Czech Republic join NATO; brief historical background of the country before joining NATO; geopolitical environment for the moment apply for membership; reforms and challenges on the way of transformation and integration; how successful and secure is the country and its population nowadays, after joining Alliance; what it means to be a guarantor of peace and security; cooperation within the Alliance; cooperation with partners; bilateral partnership between Georgia and Czech Republic.

Topics for discussion with Tengiz Pkhaladze were: Security environment in the Black sea region; new threats and Chalanges of 21 Sentury, why Georgia choose NATO; NATO- Georgia Partnership at the high political level.

The discussion was part of the project of ICGS "NATO-Success Story of Development"- NATO, the History of Successful Transformation: countries before, and after Joining the Alliance, security guaranties and obligation regarding the Alliance.

General aim of the project: raising civil awareness regarding NATO through holding public lectures and discussions with representatives of NATO Liaison office, Ambassadors of NATO allied countries Georgian officials and experts.

Students of International Relation, Law and Political sciences faculties from Shida Kartli Region and Tbilisi participated in the Discussion.

The project was implemented with financial support of NATO Public Diplomacy Division.

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