Publications The Presentation of the book “Armenian-Georgian relations: Challenges and Opportunities for the Bilateral Cooperation” took place

April 8, 2021by admin

On September 6, 2014, the Political Science Association of Armenia, the Georgian Center for Social Sciences and the Representation of Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Armenia organized the presentation of the book “Armenian-Georgian relations: Challenges and Opportunities for the Bilateral Cooperation”. The event was attended by the members of the Political Science Association of Armenia and the Georgian Social Sciences Center, experts in regional security dynamics, representatives from a number of NGOs.

The presentation was attended by members of the Political Science Association of Armenia and the Center for Social Sciences of Georgia, experts on the dynamics of regional security, representatives of a number of public organizations:

President of the Association of Political Science of Armenia, Doctor of Political Science Hayk Kotanjyan and Head of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation's Representative Office in Armenia Naira Gevorgyan delivered opening speeches.:
The scientific consultant of the program is the President of the Association of Political Science of Armenia, Doctor of Political Science Hayk Kotanjyan, Executive Director of the Association of Political Science of Armenia Beniamin Poghosyan, member of the Council of the Association, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor Arsen Avagyan, member of the Association, Candidate of Political Sciences Mikael Avetisyan:
From the Center for Social Sciences of Georgia, the program was attended by a teacher of Tbilisi State University, Candidate of Political Sciences Pikria Asanishvili, a teacher of Tbilisi State University, Master of International Relations Ketevan Chumbadze and a researcher of the Center for Social Sciences, Master of Conflict and Peace Studies Irina Ozepashvili:
The book notes that the Armenian-Georgian relations are based on mutual interests and the pragmatic position of the two states, and despite the different foreign policy orientations, Armenia and Georgia managed to maintain a fairly high level of cooperation: Both the Armenian and Georgian point of view is that in the situation created after Georgia signed the association agreement with the EU and Armenia joined the Eurasian Economic Union, both challenges and new opportunities arise for bilateral relations, the effective use of which can contribute to an even greater rapprochement of relations:
Beniamin Poghosyan, Executive Director of the Association of Political Science of Armenia, made a report on behalf of the Association, while Pikria Asanishvili, Ketevan Chumbadze and Irene Ozepashvili presented the views of the Center for Social Sciences of Georgia.:
Summing up the presentation, the Executive Director of the Political Science Association of Armenia, Beniamin Poghosyan, once again stressed the importance of the problem, noting that the Political Science Association of Armenia will continue to focus on the dynamics of regional security and issues of foreign policy of the Republic of Armenia: