South Caucasus Peace Initiative

Armenian NGO Leaders Discuss Peace Prospects in South Caucasus

Yerevan, Armenia - National UPF chapter leaders and NGO partners met in Yerevan on June 2 to follow up on the development of South Caucasus Peace Initiative. Konstantin Krylov, Secretary General of UPF-Russia, gave a briefing on the latest efforts to create bridges of peace between Russia, Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan.

The members of the National Peace Council of Armenia described their local events. They have been working together on advancing UN goals, humanitarians programs, and youth character education activities. The Armenian NGO leaders and educators expressed their commitment to assist in creating peace bonds in South Caucasus.

For more information about UPF-Eurasia's South Caucasus Peace Initiative, click here.

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