Clinton to open conflict resolution center in Dublin

Clinton to open conflict resolution center in Dublin

PanARMENIAN.Net - The US secretary of state Hillary Clinton will take time out from her engagements at the OSCE to open a new centre in Dublin City University which focuses on dealing with conflict resolution, Kildare Nationalist said.

The Institute for International Conflict Resolution and Reconstruction offers expertise on the international politics of regions in conflict.

In opening the Institute Secretary Clinton will deliver a keynote speech on the U.S. attitude to human rights.

Ms. Clinton, European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov are among participants of a Dublin-hosted OSCE foreign ministers council meeting.

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“More than 20 years since the ceasefire established, Karabakh is still suffering from significant infrastructure damage,” Nahapetian said.
The exhibit is designed to serve as an easily accessible educational tool that can be displayed in the classroom in digital or print format.
“There is always shooting – this is the enemy’s style,” David Babayan said, adding that there has been no other incident.
A group of Azerbaijani special forces attacked the Armenian positions in the northern direction of the line of contact (Gyulistan).
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