Two speakers were invited for the final day of Yata School. The first speaker was Mr.
Nika Chitadze. More
On the 5th seminar, the invited speaker was the Deputy Director
of the Information Center on NATO and EU Giorgi Pareshishvili. More
The country’s foreign policy equally depends on the internal political, economic and social processes, as well as, on the international environment, whether on a regional or global level. For every democratic society, elections are essential allowing citizens to assess the domestic and foreign policy of the past years and decide whether to support previous political force or choose a new path. More
YATA School continues its seminars.The invited speaker was strategy investigation center’s director Irakli Menagharishvili.
He was talking about NATO-Russian and NATO-Ukrainian relationships. Also about the inside politics of these countries.
The project is held by joint partnership whit Information Center on NATO and EU and YATA Georgia.
YATA School continues its seminars.The invited speaker was the Georgian Ministery apparat Europian and Euroatlantic structures in integration issues strategy communication department’s executive Tornike Nozadze.
He was talking about Russian propagation and it’s mechanism.The project is held by joint partnership whit Information Center on NATO and EU and YATA Georgia.
The project “YATA School” continues its seminars at Information Center on NATO and EU.
On the 5th seminar, the invited speaker was the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia NATO management’s executive Tamar Chitanava.She was speaking about NATO’s expansion politics. More
Today was the 4th seminar of the YATA school.The lecture was held by George Gabidzashvili-head of the Information and Communication Technology department of the Cyber Security Bureau of the Ministry of Defence of Georgia. More
The project “YATA School” continues its seminars at Information Center on NATO and EU.The second-day lectures were related to the topics such as Washington agreement and NATO’s structure.
Students were informed by the executive director of YATA in Georgia Rati Bakhtadze.The project is held by joint partnership whit Information Center on NATO and EU and YATA Georgia.
The project “YATA School” for students has started at Information Center on NATO and EU. During 2 weeks, seminars on NATO and NATO-Georgia cooperation will be held for participants of the school. Matter of discussion is diverse. It includes such issues as NATO’s history, goals and objectives, structure, NATO-Georgia relations and the importance of the European integration process, NATO’s maritime and land security policy, and so forth. School of YATA is opened by the deputy director of Informacion Center Giorgi Fareshishvili and executive director of YATA Gerogia Rati Baxtadze. More
Farewell Address of NATO Secretary General – Essay and Public speaking competition
YATA Georgia with the supports of Information Center on NATO and EU and The Embassy of Romania in Tbilisi, in a capacity of NATO Contact Point Embassy in Georgia (CPE) presents Farewell Address Competition.
Participants will pick one certain secretary general from the time of the establishment of NATO to the very recent and will be asked to write two-page farewell address for him, which will mainly be the summary of the events, achievements or failures that have happened during that period of NATO’s history. More