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Lecture on “International Organisations”

24.11.17 On 24 November, within the framework of the Capacity Building Programme for Diplomats, a lecture on “International Organisations” was conducted at the Levan Mikeladze Diplomatic Training Centre of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, delivered by Tea Maisuradze, Director of the Department of International Organisations. The lecture was attended by the representatives from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia. 
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Meeting with Gela Charkviani Meeting with Gela Charkviani
On 22 June a meeting with Gela Charkviani, Georgian diplomat, writer, educator and television personality was held at the Information Center on NATO and EU, organized by the Levan Mikeladze Diplomatic Training and Research Institute. Within the framework of the meeting Gela Charkviani shared his multiyear academic and diplomatic experience with the audition and answered their questions.
A short course - “History of Diplomacy in Modern Georgia” A short course - “History of Diplomacy in Modern Georgia”
The Levan Mikeladze Diplomatic Training and Research Institute devotes special attention to the provision of the information about the profession of Diplomat to young people, by organizing lectures on the relevant topics. For this purpose, the Institute, in cooperation with the “Young Diplomats’ Club”, started a three-day course about the “History of Diplomacy in Modern Georgia” on 20 June, delivered by its Research Fellows, Ambassadors: Mikheil Ukleba, Konstantine Zhgenti, Nikoloz Rtveliashv
A Series of Lectures – “Meeting with the Ambassador” A Series of Lectures – “Meeting with the Ambassador”
On 1 June, the Levan Mikeladze Diplomatic Training and Research Institute launched a series of lectures – “Meeting with the Ambassador”. The first lecture was delivered by the former Ambassador of Georgia to China, Bulgaria and Ukraine and Permanent Representative to GUAM, Mikheil Ukleba and the former Ambassador of Georgia to Denmark and Iceland. They spoke about the modern history of Georgia and the Ambassador’s practical activities.
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