08.02.2010 | 
Student, Education
JOURNALISTS VISITED MFA
JOURNALISTS VISITED MFA
The first lecture on "International Organizations" was delivered in the MFA.

According to the tradition 1st year master students of YSU Faculty of Journalism started the semester with the meeting with the Deputy Foreign Minister Karine Ghazinyan.

In the framework of the subject International Organizations students make researches in the areas of European Union, European Council, UN, OSCE, NATO and International Red Cross Committee. Representative of each of the above mentioned fields delivers a lecture in the area.

I would like to make a dialogue and not just deliver a lecture on the topic. I want to speak about the role of these organizations in Armenia, - said Karine Ghazinyan.

Major part of the international organizations was established after the World War 2. Their goal is to prevent wars and disasters in future and provide with welfare our coming generations, as well as to establish dialogue between East and West, etc.

Mrs. Ghazinyan put a stress on the EU-Armenia relations, underlining the project Eastern Cooperation, established last year. Armenia has also joined this project. She states this project is an excellent opportunity to cooperate in many spheres with the European family.

Mrs. Ghazinyan also spoke about the recent political developments worldwide. The Armenian-Turkish protocols were discussed, too, together with Armenian-Azerbaijani information wars.

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