Presentation of the Valdai Club Report "The Geography of the Eurasian Economic Union: From Challenges to Opportunities". Speakers

01.11.2017

On November 9, 2017, at 15:00 the Valdai Discussion Club will hold an expert discussion and presentation of the report, titled "The Geography of the Eurasian Economic Union: From Challenges to Opportunities", written by Yaroslav Lyssovolik, Programme director of the Valdai Discussion Club and Vyacheslav Sutyrin, editor-in-chief of “Eurasia.expert” journal and a senior associate fellow at the State Academic University for the Humanities (Russian Academy of Sciences).

Moderator:

• Timofei Bordachev, Programme Director of the Valdai Club; Director, Centre for Comprehensive European and International Studies, National Research University Higher School of Economics

Speakers:

• Vyacheslav Sutyrin - Editor-in-chief of “Eurasia.expert” journal and a senior associate fellow at the State Academic University for the Humanities (Russian Academy of Sciences)

• Leonid Vardomsky - Head of the Centre of the CIS and the Baltic States, Institute of Economics at RAS

• Aidarkhan Kusainov - Adviser to the Chairman of the National Bank of the Republic of Kazakhstan (via videolink)

• Yuri Ivanov – Aide to Member of the Board - Minister in charge of Industry and Agroindustrial Complex, Eurasian Economic Commission


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