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The seminar “Instruments of National Power“  The seminar “Instruments of National Power“
On 17 May, the seminar “Instruments of National Power“ was completed at the Levan Mikeladze Diplomatic Training Centre of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia in cooperation with George C. Marshall European Centre for Security Studies. The seminar was conducted by Ambassador Douglas Griffiths, Associate Director for International Liaison George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies and Colonel Dipl.-Ing. Andreas Geuckler (German Army).
The seminar “Instruments of National Power” The seminar “Instruments of National Power”
On 16 May, the seminar “Instruments of National Power” was launched at the Levan Mikeladze Diplomatic Training Centre of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia in cooperation with George C. Marshall European Centre for Security Studies. The seminar is conducted by Ambassador Douglas Griffiths, Associate Director for International Liaison George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies and Colonel Dipl.-Ing. Andreas Geuckler (German Army).
The public lecture  “Sergej Parajanow and Tbilisi” The public lecture “Sergej Parajanow and Tbilisi”
On 1 May, the series of lectures “About Georgia” has renewed at The Levan Mikeladze Diplomatic Training Centre of The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia. The public lecture “Sergej Parajanow and Tbilisi” was presented by photographer, Yuri Mechitov.
Seminar - “Crossing Cultures with Competence” Seminar - “Crossing Cultures with Competence”
On 24 April, the Levan Mikeladze Diplomatic Training Centre (DTC) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia (MFA) in cooperation with the NATO-Georgia Professional Development Programme (NATO-PDP) started the seminar – “Crossing Cultures with Competence”. The seminar is being conducted by the British experts – Deborah Swallow and Livingstone Thompson and consists of two components – Training of Trainers (TOT), to be conducted on 24-25 April at the DTC and the seminar – “Crossing Cultures wit
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