Situation in Ukraine-Crimea
March 4, 11:00

“There will be no war in Crimea. It was clear that Russia would play its own game, and Crimea would be a part of that game. And Russia is dictating its own preferences ahead of the game, before the conflict is solved”, Alexander Iskandaryan, Director of the Caucasus Institute is convinced.

On March 4 the Media Center hosted a discussion on “Ukraine: Developments in Crimea”. The speakers of the discussion were Director of the Caucasus Institute Alexander Iskandaryan and Head of the Concord Center Davit Shahnazaryan. 

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