H.E. Ambassador Archil Karaulashvili will be giving an open lecture on Georgia’s foreign policy and perspectives for EU integration process.
Archil Karaulashvili is Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Georgia to the Republic of Estonia since November 2019. Mr. Archil Karaulashvili is a career diplomat, who has devoted significant part of his professional life to Georgia’s EU-integration related issues. Prior to his current assignment, he was the Director General for European Integration, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia and First Deputy Minister on European and Euro-Atlantic Integration of Georgia. He previously was a Director of Foreign Investment Department in MFA and Deputy Head of Foreign Investment, Credits and Inter-branch Projects Department as well as a Head of Division of Business-Plan Analysis in the Ministry of Trade and Foreign Economic Relations of Georgia. Mr. Karaulashvili earned a Master’s degree in International Economic Relations from Iv. Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University.
Open lecture on Friday, 28 May at 14:15 EST in Zoom.
Given the ongoing health emergency related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the event will take place exclusively in remote mode.
Registration is REQUIRED to participate to the event and is available at the following link https://forms.gle/qAgA6kqb3Xxc8RNo9
NearEU Master Class Series initiative is developed and implemented with the support of the Jean Monnet Module "Neighbourhood Enlargement and Regionalism in Europe" (NearEU). The project has received funding from the European Union Erasmus+ Jean Monnet programme under Grant Agreement 620279-EPP-1-2020-1-EE-EPPJMO-MODULE. The events are aimed to favour public discussion, awareness, and debate in the light of practitioners and leading scholars’ first-hand experience.
More information: Stefano Braghiroli, Associate professor of European Studies, stefano.braghiroli [ät] ut.ee
Photo: Ambassador of Georgia to the Republic of Estonia, H.E. Archil Karaulashvili and Rector of the University of Tartu, Professor Toomas Asser. Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia