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15 Dec 2017

New approaches to international security should rest on trust, mutual understanding

New approaches to international security should rest on trust, mutual understanding

MINSK, 15 December (BelTA) - New approaches to international security should be based on the principles of trust and mutual understanding, Andrei Rusakovich, Head of the Foreign Policy and Security Research Center, said at the International Security and NATO in 2017 seminar on 15 December, BelTA has learned.

According to Andrei Rusakovich, the seminar has become an important platform in Belarus to discuss international security, including the improvements to the global security system, the role of international organizations, and counteraction to cybercrimes. “The development of new approaches to international security should be based on the principles of trust, mutual understanding, the involvement of a wide circle of subjects, including states, international organizations, public structures, expert and scientific community,” the head of the center said.

He expressed confidence that the forum would make it contribution to strengthening trust and mutual understanding between the participants of the regional security system.

The seminar has been organized by the Foreign Policy and Security Research Center (Belarus), together with NATO Public Diplomacy Division. Taking part in the event is the Estonian embassy, which is NATO’s contact embassy in Belarus, and also representatives of international organizations, state and public structures of Belarus, embassies, experts, and scientists.

 

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