RUSI is partnering with the Ministry of Defence of Georgia to deliver the 10th Georgia Defence and Security Conference held on May 24/25 in Tbilisi. The programme will feature a range of issues pertinent to the region with RUSI experts are leading a discussion on the challenge of hybrid warfare.
GDSC will bring together decision-makers, thought leaders, and civil society representatives to exchange views through interactive and thought-provoking plenary sessions and breakout discussions designed to stimulate original and constructive insights about the greatest challenges facing the international order today. The conference will engage high-level participants in creative and bespoke discussions and constructive debates on wide-ranging security-related issues, with a special focus on the road to the 2016 NATO Warsaw Summit.
The conference agenda will include conversations with Georgia’s highest political leadership and leaders of Georgia’s parliamentary factions. The President, Prime Minister, Speaker of the Parliament, and other political leaders will interactively engage with the participants of the conference to address the foreign policy and security challenges facing Georgia and the Black Sea region. These leaders will also elaborate on Georgia’s commitment to deeper Euro-Atlantic integration and the imperative of progress towards this goal.
See the first day of the conference here.