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Event

Political Developments and Prospects for Conflict Resolution in the Georgian-Abkhaz Context

Tuesday 11 December 2012 15:00 to 18:00 GMT

Location

Chatham House, London

Participants

Natella Akaba, Chair, Association of Women of Abkhazia, Sukhum/i
Ivlian Haindrava, Director, South Caucasus Studies Program, Republican Institute, Tbilisi
Liana Kvarchelia, Deputy Director, Center for Humanitarian Programmes, Sukhum/i
Gia Tarkhan-Mouravi, Co-Director, Institute for Policy Studies, Tbilisi


Type: Fee-paying or special invitation events

Since the August 2008 war, actors on all sides of the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict have struggled to adjust to the new realities on the ground. The results of the October parliamentary elections in Georgia have brought a change of government, and there are relatively new senior figures on both sides of the de facto border, but 2013 is also likely to be marked by tensions between the Georgian President and his cabinet. This event will analyse the recent political developments in Tbilisi and Sukhum/i and prospects for conflict resolution. 

Attendance is by invitation only.

For more information please contact Lubica Pollakova


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