Baltic Dialogue Initiative

Baltic Dialogue Spearheaded by NGOs and Public Organizations

Moscow, Russia - “The Role of Non-governmental and Public Organizations and People of Good Will in the Baltic Dialogue” was the theme of the March 2010 meeting of the Peace Council in the northwest region of Russia. Konstantin Krylov, Deputy Secretary General of UPF-Eurasia, spoke before the audience on “Conflicts and ways to solve them."

Tatyana Krasnosumova, chair of the Peace Council in the northwest region, spoke on progress in the “Baltic Dialogue” project. The new web-site reporting on the progress of the “Baltic Dialogue” project was presented to the participants of the meeting.

For more information about UPF-Eurasia's Baltic Dialogue Initiative, click here.

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