NEWSFamous world leaders met in Finland to discuss the main global trends in politics, economics and society
18.09.2016
Famous world leaders met in Finland to discuss the main global trends in politics, economics and society

 
Rector of Russian-Armenian University, Mr. Armen Darbinian participated in a conference of the Boris Mints Institute (BMI for Strategic solutions to Global Challenges) on the topic: "The modern world: the main tendencies in the economy, politics and business". The conference took place in Helsinki, on September 15-17, 2016.). The agenda of the conference is available here.

Conference was held with the participation of renowned world leaders such as former Czech President Vaclav Klaus, former Prime Minister, the author of many successful economic reforms in Finland Esko Aho, former Prime Minister of Armenia, RAU rector Armen Darbinian, Ambassador René Nyberg - former Co-Chair OSCE Minsk group on Nagorno-Karabakh, former Chairman of the Central Bank of Russia - Sergei Dubinin, as well as leading experts from the academic environment. The sides exchanged views on the state of the modern world on the eve of the US presidential election, in anticipation of the effects of Brexit, in terms of mutual sanctions and building a new block dividing lines.

Note that Rector of Russian-Armenian University, Mr.  Darbinian is a member of the Supervisory Board of the Institute for Strategic Studies and Research for solutions to global changes in world politics named after Boris Mints (Institute for Strategic Policy Solutions to Global Challenges). The Institute was opened on May 19, 2016 at Tel Aviv University on an occasion of 60th anniversary of the University, and received the name of Boris Mints - author of the project, the Russian businessman, social activist and philanthropist.
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Famous world leaders met in Finland to discuss the main global trends in politics, economics and society
Famous world leaders met in Finland to discuss the main global trends in politics, economics and society
Famous world leaders met in Finland to discuss the main global trends in politics, economics and society
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